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Robert Frost’s poem “Mending Wall” is about the fences that divide us, both externally and internally.Property and territoriality being a metaphor for that toxic blend of materialism and inner turmoil.Jean Renoir’s 1937 classic La Grande Illusion was also about … Continue reading
There’s an epidemic Stirring passions in young hearts Even the old campaigners Have got it really bad Well we ain’t seen nothing like it Since coronation day But when the street parties sound I’m going underground To keep the rabid … Continue reading