Utopian socialist philosopher Charles Fourier taxonomizes the character of President Donald J. Trump.
Captain Malcolm Reynolds has an opinion on our earthly shenanigans.
An excerpt from “Tarantula,” Bob Dylan’s only novel.
English conservative Catholic writer GK Chesterton tells us what’s wrong with the world … especially politicians.
“A Touch of the Flu,” by Joyce Carol Oates.
An early example of poetry by women in China.
Compelling passages, notable quotables, bon mots, disjecta, ephemera, and miscellany. “The Goring”  Arena dust rusted by four bulls’ blood to a dull redness, The afternoon at a bad end under the crowd’s… Continue reading
“She was a Calvinistic Sabbatarian in religion, and in worldly manners she was a devout believer in the high rank of her noble relatives.”