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All our Daughters? Desperately Seeking Meaning in Manchester

Like many of us I woke this morning to the news that another terror attack has happened in Manchester.  I guess this one was a little closer to home, in that our daughter goes to Manchester a lot, and theoretically could have been involved.   664 more words

Friends And Family

Going to the movies

Over the last week or so we have seen an Opera and two movies. We plan to see another film tomorrow. It is a good way to spend surplus time. 460 more words

Gerard Oosterman

'Normal Jean went out on a walk, she loved'

Normal Jean went out on a walk, she loved
Following the moon, like a guide leading her
To the tree she’d climb to find her perch… 84 more words

Poetry

Review: Death of a Salesman

Book Review
Arthur Miller is a fantastic writer. 4 of 5 stars to one his most known works, Death of a Salesman, written in 1949. 491 more words

Book Reviews

Joe and Kate Keller

By: Rachel Lyle, May 12th, 2017

I took a set of American Literature classes while I was in college and one of the things we had to do for it was keep an online reading journal. 699 more words

Blog

A View From The Bridge

A view from the bridge

My apologies to devotees of the playwright Arthur Miller. This is not an attempt at a literary review. For that you can be grateful! 486 more words

Faith

The Crucible

Netflix recommendations strike again. I watched The Crucible this past weekend. I never read the play, but I had read Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller in high school and it was one of my favorite plays, so I was curious. 169 more words

Movie Review