Monthly Archives: June 2009

Up in the air

I just read a piece about perception, compassion, thoughtfulness, and a broad understanding built, over time, through local experience. It has some of the most piquant writing I’ve ever read. Almost every sentence contains a reversal that’s beautifully constructed and … Continue reading

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Why I love Salman Rushdie

In the current New Yorker magazine, there’s a Salman Rushdie story titled In The South, which opens like this: “The day that Junior fell down began like any other day: the explosion of heat rippling the air, the trumpeting sunlight, … Continue reading

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