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Strangers in a Strange Land: Writers in Exile and Us
Throughout human history, involuntary exile was often a common punishment—a means of getting rid of troublesome citizens. The Italian Casanova was forced into exile after being charged with indecency. Napoleon ...
June 16, 2021
Mother Goose Matters
Education is a journey, and, as with any journey, there must be some initial idea or inkling of ...
June 16, 2021
What Good Is Poetry? Robert Louis Stevenson’s ‘Requiem’: A Kind of Homecoming
A white tomb overlooks the sea on a mountain in Samoa. It is the final resting place of ...
June 15, 2021
Oval Office Authors: Presidents, Pens, and Paper
Many of our modern presidents have written books. When running for office, they frequently publish political manifestos outlining ...
June 8, 2021
What’s Writing Classical Poetry All About?
Very recently, I hosted a live online poetry event for New York’s The Society of Classical Poets (SCP). ...
June 4, 2021
What Good Is Poetry? Wordsworth’s ‘The Rainbow’
My heart leaps up when I behold A rainbow in the sky: So was it when my life ...
June 3, 2021
Book Review: ‘The Women of the Bible Speak: The Wisdom of 16 Women and Their Lessons for Today’
According to ListChallenges, for the last 50 years the Bible has been the most read book in the ...
June 2, 2021
To Read, or Not to Read
The quality of reading is closely connected to the quality of the thing read—both the written material and ...
June 1, 2021
Dante Alighieri: All About Love
When the Beatles crooned “Love is all you need” in 1967, they coined an anthem for the flower ...
May 30, 2021
‘With Rue My Heart Is Laden’: The Poetry of A.E. Housman
When I left graduate school long ago without earning my doctorate, one of my first thoughts was “Now ...
May 25, 2021
Daily Readings at Tomb Honor Dante 700 Years After His Death
RAVENNA, Italy—As she has each evening for the last eight months, Giuliana Turati opened her well-worn copy of ...
May 23, 2021
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3 Cheers for the Maker of the Modern Essay: Michel de Montaigne
I am a lover of essays. Every morning, shortly after dawn, I sit at my laptop, coffee at ...
May 18, 2021
Not Just For Kids: Children’s Literature and the Rest of Us
Many years ago, I hired a young man, Kevin, to help out part-time during the summer in my ...
May 13, 2021
The First Queen of Mystery: Mary Roberts Rinehart
Mary Roberts Rinehart (1876–1958) almost wound up dead just like one of her own characters. On the morning ...
May 12, 2021
What Good Is Poetry? ‘Nothing Gold Can Stay’
Nature’s first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf’s a flower; But only so ...
May 8, 2021
An Equality Worth Defending
In our Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson wrote of self-evident truths “that all men are created equal, that ...
May 4, 2021
Gary M. Galles
Sages, Saints, and Surprises: Some Writing That Shaped America
Since the 18th century, the printed word has influenced the course of American history. From the founding of the ...
May 4, 2021
Book Review: ‘Unbelievable: The Unmasking of Dr. Harrison Miller Moseley’
Tom Brokaw’s inspiring book “The Greatest Generation,” about those who came of age during the Great Depression and ...
May 2, 2021
Pointing Us in the Right Direction: Good Books About Great Books
Whenever I write for The Epoch Times or other outlets about books, which is frequently, a reader or ...
April 28, 2021
‘The Field Bazaar’ at 125 Years: Sherlock Holmes and the Importance of Trifles
In 1886, a struggling 27-year-old physician named Arthur Conan Doyle made a fateful decision that was intended simply to ...
April 26, 2021
Book Review: ‘Too Long Ago’ by David Pietrusza
On the cover of "Too Long Ago," there is a black-and-white photo of the happiest 4-year old boy ...
April 20, 2021
Herbert W. Stupp
Book Review: ‘What Are the Odds? From Crack Addict to CEO’
With the hubbub about Mike Lindell as yet another victim of cancel culture, I decided to read his ...
April 10, 2021
John Keats: How His Poems of Death and Lost Youth Are Resonating During COVID-19
In John Keats’s poems, death crops up 100 times more than the future, a word that appears ...
April 8, 2021
The Glad Game: An Old Guy Discovers ‘Pollyanna’
One of my best friends in high school was a teenage Shirley Temple. Just seeing this girl was ...
April 6, 2021
Undermining the Foundations: Lessons From Fyodor Dostoevsky’s ‘Devils’
Early in March, I was sucker punched by a Russian. A dead Russian, as a matter of fact. ...
March 30, 2021
‘The Time Machine’: An Everlasting Matter of Time
In writing “The Time Machine” 125 years ago, Herbert George Wells not only invented the catchphrase “time machine,” ...
March 18, 2021
Truth Tellers: Virginia Woolf, ‘I always tell the truth’
Virginia Woolf asks us—we hear her own voice, by way of a BBC recording—“How can we combine the ...
March 11, 2021
Michigan County Requests Hand Recount of 2020 Election
Qin Gang, Veteran ‘Wolf Warrior,’ is Expected to Be China’s new Ambassador to US
EpochTV: Greg Ellis—Inside the Billion-Dollar Industry Pushing Family Breakdown
Senate Republican Leader Calls Democrats’ Sweeping Election Reform Bill a Federal ‘Takeover’
In Texas, Illegal Immigrants Take Their Chances on Trains
Senate Republicans Use Filibuster to Block Democrat-Backed Voting Bill
America Is Becoming Two Countries Through Political Divisions—Interview With Roger Simon
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Kim Jong Un’s Sister Publicly Derides National Security Adviser’s Comment
Supreme Court Rules Patent Judges’ Appointment Unconstitutional
Police Chief: Slain Colorado Officer Was Ambushed
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