Category Archives: France

a shroud of despair

Winston Churchill’s famous quip about Russia, “a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.” Chicago Tribune Praise for Absire’s “Lazarus. “…Blackness here is wrapped in gloom inside a shroud of despair within a veil of dreariness enveloped by a … Continue reading

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British ate frogs’ legs before French

Having lived eight Summers in Paris and the last two summers in London, I feel an affinity toward these countries, their people, and their cultures. FROGS’ legs are considered a French delicacy, but new archaeological evidence suggests ancient Britons were … Continue reading

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