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A Brief Homeric Goodbye to the Moon

I was a lucky child; my parents neither directed nor censored my reading. So imagine my bliss, my rapture at stumbling across Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey at the age of ten or eleven in the tiny, one-room Crapaud Library. The … Continue reading

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