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A GOOD SIN TO SOFTEN YOU

In the Merchant of Venice by Shakespeare,the Christians of the play universally assume that they’re a nobler species than Jews, but Shylock insists that they’re no more pure than Jews and Jews no less human than Christians.Purity and humanity being … Continue reading

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ALWAYS READ THE FINE PRINT

”Art and religion have been united from the beginning of all civilization, because of the common mystery of their origin and their magical effect on humanity. Etymologically they are allied. The latin term “ars” was at first used in connection … Continue reading

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