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THE “HOMING INSTINCT IN BOOKS” CONTINUED

It’s another winter windy evening and I’m heading back to The Judith Wright Room to hear Walter Mason.  More on that later.  I want to continue with my experience of the   “homing instinct in books” as discussed in my last … Continue reading

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WHY?

“Pythagoras, it was said, could read the meaning of ripples of water stirred by the wind.  He evidently believed that seemingly random events in nature form a common fabric with events in human lives.” The above quote is the Introduction … Continue reading

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