Monthly Archives: July 2015

A Reward – Denise Levertov

Tired and hungry, late in the day, impelled to leave the house and search for what might lift me back to what I had fallen away from, I stood by the shore waiting. I had walked in the silent woods: … Continue reading

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The Unprotected Life

Donald Antrim – The New Yorker – July 16, 2015 The following was delivered as the commencement address at the author’s alma mater, Woodberry Forest School, on May 22, 2015. There is a dream, a type of dream, a category … Continue reading

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Why Greece Isn’t to Blame for the Crisis

FOREIGN AFFAIRS – Published by the Council on Foreign Relations Tuesday, July 7, 2015 A Pain in the Athens Mark Blyth MARK BLYTH is Eastman Professor of Political Economy at Brown University. When the anti-austerity party Syriza came to power … Continue reading

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