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The Antidote: A Reading of ‘The Drum’ by John Scott
The war drum is pounding. Does it ever stop? The drum pounded for John Scott and it pounds for us today.
December 6, 2012
The Antidote: A Reading of ‘In an Artist’s Studio’ by Christina Rossetti
One face looks out from all his canvasses, One selfsame figure sits or walks or leans;
September 3, 2012
A Reading From ‘An Essay on Man’ by Alexander Pope
Today, when we turn to read Pope’s “An Essay on Man,” the debate between religion and reason rages ...
March 16, 2012
The Antidote: A Reading of ‘From a Railway Carriage’ by Robert Louis Stevenson
The moment we start reading this poem by Robert Louis Stevenson, we plunge into the joy of pure ...
January 18, 2012
From ‘The Tempest’ by William Shakespeare
Mystery and wonder are at the very root of human existence. Without them, our lives would be barren.
December 18, 2008
A Reading of ‘To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time’ by Robert Herrick
One of poetry's great powers is to remind us of the obvious, while we distract ourselves with the ...
November 13, 2008
A Reading of ‘The Character of a Happy Life’ by Sir Henry Wotton
What is the secret to happiness? ... For Sir Henry Wotton, happiness equals freedom—a freedom that exists somewhere ...
August 11, 2008
A Reading of ‘The Mermaid Tavern’ by John Keats
In this poem John Keats finds "Elysium," or heaven, in the local bar...
July 9, 2008
A Reading of ‘The Apparition’ by Herman Melville
Have you ever undergone a conversion experience? One where, in a sudden flash, you fundamentally changed your perspective? ...
June 26, 2008
A Reading of an Extract From Sir Edwin Arnold’s ‘The Light of Asia’
What is our response to death? Not in the abstract but in the horribly, humiliatingly particular? What is ...
June 21, 2008
A Reading of an Extract From ‘The Idylls of the King’ by Tennyson
Good and bad, right and wrong. Without these basic moral distinctions, what kind of life could we lead?
June 10, 2008
A Reading of ‘A Clock Stopped’ by Emily Dickinson
When is a clock not a clock?...
May 29, 2008
Young People Should Get Involved in Politics, Can’t ‘Wait in Line:’ Rep. Cawthorn
Portland Rioters Smash Windows, Harass Diners
Canada-China Committee Urges Ottawa to Sanction Officials Responsible for Rights Violations in Hong Kong
Dozens of Leading Hong Kong Dissidents Charged With Subversion in Major Crackdown
Restoring Cornerstone Values a Solution to America’s Decline: Ben Carson
‘Gender Identity Doesn’t Erase Physiological Advantages’: Student Athlete
Boston Halts Advanced Learning Program Because Too Many Asian, White Students
Justice Department to Appeal Judge’s Order on Federal Eviction Ban
Mexico Wants to Participate in Restoring Supply Chain for Chips, Critical Goods in North America
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Disengagement With Chinese Regime Will Continue Globally: Mike Pompeo