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  • Khalil Gibran
    January 24, 2022 Evan Robertson

    Khalil Gibran

      Khalil Gibran's The Prophet is one of the best selling and most translated books of all time. In addition to its positive attitude toward humanity, there is a subtle provocation to reconnect with nature, directly and deeply. We responded to the quote’s personification...

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  • 2021: The Top Ten Illustrations
    December 27, 2021 Nichole Robertson

    2021: The Top Ten Illustrations

    In a year when darkness dominated the headlines, and divisiveness drove the news cycles and our social feeds, we noticed a different trend. As we reflect on our year, our top ten illustrations, and the hundreds of hand written gift notes, one...

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  • Voltaire
    December 17, 2021 Evan Robertson


       2+2 = 5 ❓  Voltaire learned early in his writing career about the danger of censorship at the hands of the powerful. When a minor argument with the Chevalier of Rohan resulted in his unlawful imprisonment in the Bastille,...

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  • Machado de Assis
    August 25, 2021 Evan Robertson

    Machado de Assis

    From his 1899 novel Dom Casmurro. Widely regarded by critics as one of the greatest writers of all time, Machado remains less well known than the luminaries he is so often compared to (Shakespeare, Dante, Cervantes, etc.).  This particular novel...

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  • Franz Kafka
    July 13, 2021 Evan Robertson

    Franz Kafka

    From his short, surrealist story, A Country Doctor. Although he died over a century ago, Kafka's novels and short stories predicted our modern alienation. The nameless, faceless, oppressive bureaucracies of The Trial and The Castle had the power to distort...

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  • Juvenal
    June 29, 2021 Evan Robertson


    Penned in 100 AD, Juneval’s most memorable quotation is a prescient warning about the unchecked power of overlords. Did he wax a little dramatic-slash-paranoid? Fair enough. But this observation feels more relevant than ever.
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