Category Archives: Literary Archaeology

The consolation of art

Standing in front of the artwork in Lascaux cave I can feel the seldom found sublime consolation of art, its silent solace splurging across the immensity of time. It has a supernatural candor and a dream-like improbability. It feels like … Continue reading

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Literary archaeology

Literary archaeology quarries for messages that lie buried in the depths of human experience.  On the surface these messages seem as lost to us as the names of the dead who have been left behind eons before. Yet, like in … Continue reading

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