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From:The Antioch Review (Vol. 76, Issue 1)A man who depends on force is not a saint. And although the history of most religions would have us believe otherwise, the ritual of canonization ought not to be construed as evidence of a triumph. The true...
From:The Antioch Review (Vol. 76, Issue 1)I reached the pinnacle of my academic career in fourth grade. It was 1962, during the reign of Camelot, and I was teacher's pet. I shamelessly courted my teacher's favor. I raised my hand before I spoke. I lined up...
From:The Antioch Review (Vol. 76, Issue 1)The mango is the crown jewel of Philippine fruit. Filipinos celebrate its harvest with a major festival in April called Dinamulag , the Tagalog word for a particular variety of carabao mango. Do you know the mango?...
From:The Antioch Review (Vol. 76, Issue 1)Daniil Kharms, Today I Wrote Nothing , translated by Matvei Yankelevich, Overlook, 2007, 297 pp., $29.95 Alexander Vvedensky, An Invitation for Me to Think , translated by Eugene Ostashevsky, NYRB Poets, 2013, 135...
From:The Antioch Review (Vol. 76, Issue 1)I live in Paris. The real, concrete city, that every day becomes more Americanized, making me wonder why I struggled for twenty-five years to adopt its customs when, in the end, it now struggles to adopt mine. Until...
From:The Antioch Review (Vol. 76, Issue 1)Coming of age in the 1970s: Was there ever a more fertile time and circumstance for a confident atheism to take root? We read Beckett, Camus, and Sartre. Eugene O'Neill was enjoying a revival. A fair number of my...
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