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A year or two ago I was speaking to a famous Yale professor, one of the most noted scholars in the country, and one who is even more than a scholar, because he is in every sense of the word a man. We...
The Iliad of Homer by Homer Translated by Theodore Alois Buckley Section I PREFACE. The present translation of the Iliad will, it is hoped, be found to convey, more accurately than any which has...
This is a story about a dream-giver named Littlest, a spirited wisp-like creature who is learning how to give dreams to humans. Her teacher, Fastidious, teaches her about the dream-giving process, a...
Professor John Rogers: Traditionally in Renaissance literature, the muses -- and this will be familiar to many of you -- the muses are thought to be the daughters of Memory, and the nine muses up on...
Okay, so Saturday's ... is a day were I meet with some philosophising friends of mine and, uh ... one of the things that we were talking about today was how ... uh ... doing a good deed gives...