How I stopped worrying and learned to trick my brain, the satire of Kawanabe Kyōsai, and the lengthening days of Eastertide.
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David Graeber’s anarchist paleo-anthropology, Albrecht Dürer’s encounter with Aztec art, and welcome to Advent.
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Like something in a jar. 
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Cormac McCarthy on the origins of language, Neruda's poems get a new coat of paint, and Pentecost ushers in the turning of the seasons.
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Basinski's psalm for 9/11, Adam Curtis' Afghanistan, and beginning the harvest season with Our Lady of Sorrows.
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What can the black sheep of Southern Gothic literature tell us about the irreverent Italian director?
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Ai Weiwei’s memoirs of a life in perpetual opposition, the nature of Internet and Time, and Ash Wednesday coming with gifts of ashes and dust.
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Taking stock of the year in my little kingdom, RIP Didion, and why does Christmas have twelve days, anyway?
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In which your faithful ornamental hermit delivers his wide-eyed dispatches from the open road.
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Kicking off your August with Ivan Illich, Derek Walcott, and a pilgrimage to the heart of Byzantium.
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Georges Braques’ quiet dedication, Robert Frost’s snowswept voids, and the Irish saints bringing gifts of poetry, art, and honey.
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One little, one last
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