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Montaigne on the perpetual earthquake  http://wp.me/pLpwg-6J

Voltaire:  “Poem on the Lisbon Disaster”  http://wp.me/pLpwg-8k

Rousseau on the Lisbon earthquake  http://wp.me/pLpwg-8n

The earthquake in literature:  the example of Kleist  http://wp.me/pLpwg-7D

William James on the San Francisco earthquake of 1906  http://wp.me/pLpwg-6j

ProBlogger v Proto-blogger  http://wp.me/pLpwg-Ch

“the x factor” (“The West Wing,” part 2)  http://wp.me/pLpwg-wj

Revisiting Felix Gonzalez-Torres  http://wp.me/pLpwg-e4

Archive of Devastation (Derek Jarman’s ‘Blue,’ part 11)  http://wp.me/pLpwg-ke

“And our faces, my heart, brief as photos”:  recollecting John Berger  http://wp.me/pLpwg-c8

Commemorative tweets:  “too poignant and too transitory”  http://wp.me/pLpwg-9C

From tweets to Keats:  reverse chronology pays off  http://wp.me/pLpwg-cV

Numbered Days (‘To the Friend Who Did Not Save My Life,’ part 10)  http://wp.me/pLpwg-p9

“Cc…:  CCC,” part 12  http://wp.me/pLpwg-Bw

fledgling‘s archive, December 2009  http://wp.me/pLpwg-19

Research in motion:  from my “serendipity” notebook    http://wp.me/pLpwg-J3

#estadofallido:  Mexican Netizens deploy the “failed state” meme  http://wp.me/pLpwg-17n

News of U.S. Clandestine Operation draws “Fast and Furious” Response  http://wp.me/pLpwg-178

“xxx,” Joan Didion  http://wp.me/pLpwg-1rW

Clerks of the Last Word  http://wp.me/pLpwg-1r2


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