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Tag Archives: Dante
by cheri block My guide Virgil has been weakened this month, so we could not meet at Elephant Bar to discuss the Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradiso this past week. Looking more like a shade than a robust Italian, he answered … Continue reading
by cheri block sabraw Nietzsche’s First Essay in his On the Genealogy of Morality traces the origins of our Western values. He bifurcates early human groups into two: the aristocratic nobles and the priestly/slaves. It would be understatement to say … Continue reading
The wallet bulged with the usual stuff: receipts, photos, credit cards and Lira. I sat in our car, waiting for Judge Blah to return the wallet and file our police report. The parking lot was vacant except for a few … Continue reading
The thieves took our money and his watch and then tossed it away. Judge Blah’s backpack, bloated with the brown water of the Arno, sunk to the river’s floor, and there joined billfolds, fanny-packs, and other stolen things. Our driving … Continue reading