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Japanese Literature

by Josh Cook

Marcus offers sundry lessons and incites a new appreciation for Japan’s culture, history, and literature. “Compared with its ubiquitous commercial products,” Marvin Marcus writes, “the literature of Japan is little... Read More

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Sweet Lechery

by Peter Dabbene

Heer has a knack for making anything interesting, which might be the best praise a writer can garner. Jeet Heer displays the leisurely wit and wisdom of a polymath, writing about everything from Canadian culture and politics at large, to... Read More

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Study in Perfect

by Melissa Wuske

Gorham’s insights into perfection expand and clarify vision—for individuals’ lives and the world at large. There are questions that plague both mind and heart: What does “perfect” really mean? How is it manifested or... Read More

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