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Reading and the Truths on our Doorsteps

I read a lot. Outside of student papers and other work, my tastes are pretty eclectic. The last few things I read were New Yorker articles about Alabama artist Lonnie Holley and German reformer Martin Luther, a Sunday New York Times special about an Asian restauranteur-turned-sex worker who was found dead on the sidewalk, the last few chapters in the middle section of Bertrand Russell’s History of Western Philosophy, and the first couple of chapters of Edwidge Dandicat’s novel The Farming of Bones set in 1930s Jamaica, before I put it down… Read more Reading and the Truths on our Doorsteps