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Formication

By Jack Short

 

Escape. Charlie and I met at night under shivering palms. We watched the roads, stretched from horizon to horizon in red and white. 7,292 more words

Literature

The Innocence of Museums

The Innocence of Museums

ANDRÉ FORGET • August 4th 2014

“Having become–with the passage of time–the anthropologist of my own experience, I have no wish to disparage those obsessive souls who bring back crockery, artifacts, and utensils from distant lands and put them on display for us, the better to understand the lives of others and our own. 2,298 more words

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The Vibrant Body

The Vibrant Body

NYASHA CHIUNDIZA • August 4th 2014

He was laid to rest in another country. I hear that at home it was disputed: how is it possible that a son of the eldest son will be buried in foreign soil? 1,355 more words

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Back to Nature: Nostalgia and the Wilderness Fantasy

Back to Nature: Nostalgia and the Wilderness Fantasy

HILARY BERGEN • August 4th 2014

Our nostalgia for nature is a longing that ironically begs satiation by way of consumerism. 1,609 more words

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Personal Jesus

My Own Personal Jesus

LAURA THIESSEN • August 4th 2014

My own personal Jesus has decided to become an atheist.

I was not given warning. 128 more words

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My Modern Country Life

My Modern Country Life: Photography, Traditionalist Mennonites, and Longing

SUSIE FISHER • August 4th 2014

In June, I packed up my things and moved to a little town in southern Manitoba. 2,369 more words

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Editorial

Editorial

August 4th 2014

Nostalgia is pretty big business. One can no longer heave a brick in the fashionable neighbourhoods of any North American city without it going through the window of a vintage shop, and the popularity of films like Michel Hazanavicius’ … 686 more words

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