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…Nothing will ever be as nice again, or as good, as it was when one was seventeen. The paradoxes and contradictions of the post-industrial “occupy” culture, the anti-one-percenters, is a kind of resignation and despair that so many pleasures are … Continue reading
The Thebaid, a fourteenth-century painting attributed to Gherardo Starnina depicts the Egyptian desert around Thebes as teeming with anchorites. The body of Saint Paul, the first Christian hermit and a contemporary of Saint Anthony , is shown in repose at … Continue reading