Monthly Archives: December 2011

ADIEU GEORGES By David Applefield

ADIEU GEORGES PARIS City of Light, definitely. But also City of Literary Ambitions. There are few achievements in life more highly sought-after or gratifying than publishing a novel. Literary Paris, expat Paris, the Paris of Hemingway, Joyce, Stein, Henry Miller, … Continue reading

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Paying a Debt to Society?

When prisoners are released from prison, it is often said that they have paid their debt to society. This is absurd, of course: crime is not a matter of double-entry bookkeeping. You cannot pay your debt by having caused even … Continue reading

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