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Losing Yourelf in Love: A Method for Self-Knowledge

 The novel Etta and Otto and Russell and James by Emma Hooper is a story about both losing and recollecting yourself in the love and life of another. Set 60 odd years after the Second World War, the novel is primarily... Continue Reading →

Recollecting Yourself: David Adams Richards and Why We Read

When I was a kid, I used to love to climb a particular tree in my backyard and lose myself in a book. That is until we discovered that I was allergic to said tree and no longer allowed to... Continue Reading →

Follow the Evidence: David Adams Richards and Truth

  If, in a hundred years, someone found this picture, they could probably deduce quite a bit about me.  It seems, for instance, that I have at least two siblings, and am probably the only fair haired child (and thus... Continue Reading →

About Love: David Adams Richards, Infinity and Eternity

  In a terribly sad song, Blake's View, M. Ward speaks about comforting someone who has "lost their one and only." Ward's consolation, that "death is just a door, you'll be reunited on the other side," is sung in such... Continue Reading →

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