A collection of 8 posts

The glory of the irreducible

> "When all is said and done, social forces, however real and requiring notice, fall away and reveal, if only for a moment to be sought again and again in rereading, the glory of

Speaking of reading...

> Just stopped cold by terrific explanation in our 5th grader’s English textbook on the relationship between reading and freedom: [] — Scott Simon (@nprscottsimon) February 5,

I like to touch the dough

> Domenico DeMarco has been making pizzas at Brooklyn’s famous Di Fara Pizza since 1965. [] — The New Yorker (@NewYorker) December 4, 2017 [

Middlemarch, the series

I definitely don't want to lose track of this. For years I've been telling anyone who cared to listen (or was forced to) that Middlemarch is the greatest novel of all time. Now,

Dangers of Reading

> "Finally, from so little sleeping and so much reading, his brain dried up and he went completely out of his mind."#Cervantes [], Don Quixote. — Bibliophilia (@Libroantiguo)