Tag Archives: tragedy

The Shelf Life of Good Humor

It’s six weeks.¬†Oh wait, I’m sorry – that box I had in the freezer actually expired all the way back in August of last year, so really the shelf life should be… Ok, so maybe I won’t be next in … Continue reading

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“[M]urder, Though It Have No Tongue:” Audiences and Realities

If you have been following along for the last few posts, you may have noticed that I’ve been talking a lot about literature and reality, and how the two mutually influence another in different ways. In poetry, there are certain … Continue reading

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