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They’re all the same, but each one is different from every other one. You’ve got your bright mornings; your fog mornings; you’ve got your summer light and your autumn light; you’ve got your week days and your weekends; you’ve got … Continue reading
This past month Psychogeographic Review has been reading: My reading this month has leaned very heavily towards autobiographical works. I didn’t plan to read these three books at the same time but, in doing so, I was struck by the … Continue reading
One Year is a project I stumbled into just over twelve months ago. I started wondering about a view I looked at every day, the one from my office window. Would it look the same a year from now and … Continue reading
Work is what transforms the raw stuff of nature into meaning, gathering it into a human project. And in few English novelists is work as central as in Hardy. Terry Eagleton, The English Novel: An Introduction Work is one … Continue reading
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