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How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. by ELIZABETH BARRETT BROWNING

I love thee to the level of everyday's

Most quiet need, by sun and candlelight.

13 February 2008 | poetry, classic, sonnet, rhyme

 

 

The Law of Hippocrates by  HIPPOCRATES

Medicine is of all the arts the most noble…

26 November 2005 | nonfiction, classic, translation, science writing

 

It Gets in the Way by EMILY KENDAL FREY

Dear Outlet,

Dear Honored Guest,

Mounded inside

in fits and starts.

Dear Plaque,

Dear Meatball,

Dear Attack—

15 July 2008 | poetry

 

A Night of Theater: A Review of Alberto Ríos's The Theater of Night by D. ANTWAN STEWART

We are revealed in its language and Ríos's "theater of experience," which is unavoidably common to us all. And how fortunate we are for having Ríos as not only our usher but our poet.

18 January 2007 | nonfiction, review, review of poetry

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