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Night

Night: an element of air, of water, of earth, the antithesis of fire?  Macauley’s chapter invites the reader to consider the daily cycling through darkness as more than a simple turn of the planet away from the sun. Identify the … Continue reading

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Light and Shadows

Perhaps my favorite interstice is the essay on light and shadow.  Mostly because shadows seem such insignificant and yet overpowering testimonies to the presence of reality.  Casting a shadow guarantees my reality, my real presence.  In Richard Strauss’ lush and … Continue reading

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