Monthly Archives: May 2014

The Confession and Manifesto of a Lethargic Student

I started my M.A. with a mission statement namely, learning was its own reward and regardless of my disenchantment¬†with academic institutions I would continue to explore the different tenets and ideologies so I¬†might learn more about the world around me, … Continue reading

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A Juxtaposition of Themes

‘The grand marshal of the palace complains bitterly [wrote the governor] that despite repeated prohibitions the soldiers continue to obey the call of nature in all the courtyards, and even under the Emperor’s own windows.’ – War and Peace, Leo … Continue reading

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