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The Hospitality Comes with an Upsell: “Murder at Jagged Rock,” a Translation of Sophocles’ “Women of Trachis,” by Keyne Cheshire

A great poet does not so much meet the demands of his or her time but, granted unerring insight, discovers them. Such insight can bestow an enormous isolation that he or she may, of course, disguise, or, like Sophocles’ Philoctetes,…

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Out of Many, None

We in the Academy no longer require serious study of the humanities, much less of the arts, which reveals our outrage over President Trump’s proposal to eliminate their national endowments—not to mention our self-satisfied, self-righteous snickering a few months ago…

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