After the Friday market on the wharf,
dark-eyed peasant women from the east
go down on their hands and knees
with knitting needles and bird-bill pliers,
gleaning the quayside, flossing between ...
A paper read to the Socratic Club, Oxford
Papers have more than once been read to this Society in which a contrast was drawn between a supposedly Christian attitude and a supposedly scientific att...
The summer that Megan Moore discovered Gabriel García Márquez she ran six hundred and thirty miles in ten weeks, her father left and shacked up with the ex-Playboy bunny, her mother moved the race-...
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