Monthly Archives: April 2015

The German Enlightenment: A Serendipitous Ending to a Course

This coming week will be the last of the spring semester and Monday will be my last lecture in what has been, for me, a wonderful exploration of German thought in the 18th Century. We have just read Goethe’s Faust and … Continue reading

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Günter Grass: Beyond the Raw and the Cooked

So now he’s gone. The German author who — along with Thomas Mann and Bertolt Brecht — drew me into what became a part of my life’s work, died today at the age of 87. I published articles about the … Continue reading

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April Showers on March Flowers

They don’t call them Glacier Lilies for nothing. And the Wasatch Bluebells love the snow as well.

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2006 Notebook 6b

Another gift of a notebook by/from Alex Caldiero. He calls it Among the Many Things Dreamed. Two of the pages to represent the rest of the thoughtful and colorful text:

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