• phys.org | 10/6/2019 | Staff
    Controversy stalks the Nobel prizes for peace and literature in a way it rarely does for science. The revamped panel at the Swedish Academy who will hand out the Nobel Literature prizes Thursday for...
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  • internetmonk.com | 6/8/2019 | Chaplain Mike
    I’ve just started reading Portier-Young, so this is very introductory. Anathea E. Portier-Young has written a well-received book on apocalyptic literature in the time of Second Temple Judaism called...
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  • wdtprs.com | 5/25/2019 | View all posts by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf →
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  • American Affairs Journal | 1/2/2015 | Thierry Baudet
    For a brief moment, just before the end of Michel Houellebecq’s latest novel Sérotonine, a ray of hope seems to galvanize its protagonist. For a short while he seems to recover his lust for life.
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  • Crisis Magazine | 12/27/2018 | K. E. Colombini
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  • phys.org | 11/2/2018 | Staff
    The new Norse World database will make it easier for researchers to study perceptions of the surrounding world in Medieval Scandinavian literature. The new tool is a digital resource aimed at...
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