Not what you might expect…

Here is an odd thing when you are researching and writing the biography of a man like Keats:  One of the questions that is, I suppose, forefront in your mind is “what kind of a person makes a great poet”.  It is a generic question that is rendered redundant as soon as you begin to... Continue Reading →

The Trouble with History

See, the trouble with history is that it is all done and in the past.  Its value today is immeasurable – all those lessons we should have learned, all those people whose thoughts and lives have left messages for us to try to comprehend, all those events that were indispensible to our very existence today,... Continue Reading →

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