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Literature and the Arts

“Fear makes us smaller. Culture makes us bigger. And, that’s what we need,” says Yo-Yo Ma as he returns to Bach’s Cello Suites, hoping to offer the healing of such divine music

A little contrary goes a long way. Note: K-12 classical education represents a like-minded trend for those seeking more intellectual diversity‬.

Leave it to the poets to give us pause and help us to consider the aspirations of a worthy life

Be careful! Watching this guy might make you want to learn an ancient language: “3 Reasons to Study Latin (for Normal People, Not Language Geeks)”

Book review by Dr. Gary Houchens reveals the crucial distinctions and arguments needed to promote “PEAK” schools in this country.

Being more than a little enamored with the poetry of G.M. Hopkins, I’ll admit my crazy curiosity for this treasure trove.

Poetry is good for one’s vision, and David J. Rothman provides some seriously funny perspective in this poem.

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