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Let My People Go…

Harriet Tubman (d. Mar. 10, 1913) Rosa Parks (Feb. 4, 1913 – Oct. 24, 2005) We watched “Harriet” on Netflix last night. I almost didn’t, due to the fact that I abhor slavery. But, I opted in, just about the … Continue reading

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Was “Jane Eyre” the Precursor of “Rebecca”?

Charlotte Brontë (April 21, 1816 – March 31, 1855) I’m finally reading “Manderley Forever” the story of Daphne du Maurier’s life. In it, I’m beginning to get an inkling that the Brontë sisters had more of an influence on Daphne … Continue reading

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Have the Democrats Got Enough Guts to do the ‘Right’ Thing?

He’s Biden His Time, and She’s Trying Not to Harris Him The back and forth among Democrats in the lead-up to Joe Biden naming his Vice-Presidential running mate has been excruciating to watch, even from here in Canada. The implication … Continue reading

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All About the Former First Lady

Becoming Michelle Obama Just to be clear, I have not read this book yet. But I did see the Netflix show about her book tour, which covered a lot of the same territory. A couple of years ago, I juxtaposed … Continue reading

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