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Othello: Discussion

Now that we’ve discussed all five acts of Othello (I, II, III, IV, V), we can consider the play as a whole. 1,267 more words

Dead White Guys

Hebrew Bible: Conclusion

It’s time to wrap up our discussion of the Hebrew Bible.  While there is no doubt a great deal more I could write, my mission in doing this series of posts is not to study any particular author or work in detail.  964 more words

Writing

Chat me up

The authors I’m reading right now are ruining me for regular society. Reading the thoughtful, erudite, fascinating and beautiful prose of Christian Wiman in his Ambition and Survival and Rebecca Solnit in her Field Guide to Getting Lost is making it almost impossible for me to engage with the lesser minds of everyday life, especially my own. 225 more words

Leadership, Stress, & Triangles

What if stress is less about working too much or too hard, and more about how we function in relationships? If you are a leader (check and see if anyone is following you if unsure), Ed Friedman’s… 672 more words

Leadership

It's a Cover Reveal: Malevolent by Cassia Brightmore

 

Malevolent

The Darkness Series #1

by: Cassia Brightmore

Publication Date: February 23, 2015

Genre: Dark Erotic Thriller

Cover Design: Mayhem Cover Creations

 Darkness has a seductive power, a delicious energy that sinks its claws in deep. 473 more words

Great Books

F. Scott Fitzgerald, "The Great Gatsby"

“So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.”

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Book recommendation - "Dubliners" by James Joyce

In “Dubliners” published in 1914, Joyce paints a literary portrait of an entire society.

The book comprises 15 short stories that glimpse into the lives of different sets of people in Dublin. 112 more words

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