Tag Archives: Narrative

Time Spent With the Harvard Classics – The Journal of John Woolman

Born August 19, 1720 and passing into the afterlife on October 7, 1772, John Woolman lived much of his life based in Mount Holly, New Jersey, as a merchant, tailor, journalist, Quaker preach and early abolitionist.   He traveled throughout … Continue reading

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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: Sir Humphrey Gilbert’s Voyage to Newfoundland – Edward Hayes

Born in 1539, Sir Humphrey Gilbert founded the first English colony in North America. He did so in the midst of his quest to find a northwest passage to reach China. Which along with Columbus’ ‘discovery’ of the Americas goes … Continue reading

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An Accidental Definition

An Accidental Definition by Michael Romani There is a sense of scattered taunts Hidden in the hand painted fonts That reaches for the imperative Found in an industrial narrative Where the cross thatched tags Create a sense of visual lag … Continue reading

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