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acknowledged silences

We are dealing with unavoidable traumatic effects; actual and not idealized fancified tragedies and catastrophes. We don’t need T.S. Eliot preaching how low we have sunk. It was the trial run of eugenics, Fabianism, H.G. Wells, George Bernard Shaw and … Continue reading

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The Banality of Forgiveness

His protagonist may be a sympathetic person, engaging, affable and charming; but he is also a murderer, an assasin and may even have enjoyed ┬áthe thrill of execution at the time the killings were carried out. Is this young man … Continue reading

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