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Scholarly Scribbles: Snorri Sturluson

As a kid, I enjoyed looking at the interesting books in my dad’s home library, which included a paperback edition of Bram Stoker’s Dracula that featured an unusually creepy cover illustration as well as my dad’s copy of the NASA … Continue reading

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Scholarly scribbles: Ten Greek Plays

Not long ago, I bought a vintage copy of Ten Greek Plays In Contemporary Translations (Houghton Mifflin Company, 1957) from a secondhand store. The book features unique translations by L.R. Lind which differ significantly from the more traditional interpretations of these … Continue reading

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