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Friday, May 28, 2004

Going on a blogging diet.

Over the course of the next week, I plan to spend a lot of time on other projects — reading books, for one thing — so I hope you won't feel abandoned if you don't find much new content here. While I'm busy with other things, I'll point you to some sites that I find rewarding but haven't said much about in a long time: Poetry DailyFaith & Values (did you know that they have a series of faith-related television programs available on-line as well as on the Hallmark Channel?) — and Worthwhile Magazine. Enjoy!

Oh yes, my favorite also-ran for president, Gen. Wesley Clark, offers sane advice about Iraq in the Washington Monthly and the New Republic.

Feel free to suggest good reading to each other (and to me!) in the comments.

Copyright © 2004 by Philocrites | Posted 28 May 2004 at 5:57 PM

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May 31, 2004 07:08 AM | Permalink for this comment

I'm almost finished with Hadji Murat by Tolstoy, which is a thought-provoking reaction to the Chechen conflict (the 19th c. version, not the present one). I think there's a new English translation out.

The other thing I'd recommend, something I picked up late last year, is The Golden Gate by Vikram Seth. It's a delightful novel in verse inspired by Pushkin's Eugene Onegin. And if you haven't read Onegin, read that, too. ;-)


June 2, 2004 10:11 AM | Permalink for this comment

The BBC has a Unitarianism page on its Religion & Ethics site. Not huge, but worth noting. (Thanks, Sonja!)

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