Camus’ L’Étranger doesn’t have the same nuances in English as it does in the original.
Contemporary poetry demonstrates that Wordsworth’s belief that poetry ought to be in the everyday “real language of men” was misguided.
The merits of the Oxfordian argument on the Shakespearean Authorship Question have won me over to the Earl’s side.
Richelieu’s influence on Louis XIII isn’t as negative as they say. He did, after all, found the Académie Française.
I wonder how Schröndinger’s cat can simultaneously be both dead and alive.
Submitted by: Alan Epstein.