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No Retrieval

While I am working another post regarding the miserable state of educators (translation: I started on something else, but my inveterate laziness, perfectionism, and consumption of *copious* amounts of alcohol have prevented its completion), allow me to distract in the … Continue reading

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A Good Andalusia Is Hard to Find

In her writer’s statement of purpose and faith Mystery and Manners, Flannery O’Connor writes that one tells “a story because a statement would be inadequate.” I could flatly state that this past spring break I crossed out one item on … Continue reading

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The Crisis of the Modern World

Trying to use wisely the transferred time that I should be using to grade Comp I essays, I have begun a parallel reading tour of Fr. Dominic Bourmaud’s One Hundred Years of Modernism: A Genealogy of the Principles of the … Continue reading

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