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The Text and the Creation of Meaning

One of the most exciting books I read last year was Aviya Kushner’s The Grammar of God: A Journey into the Words and Worlds of the Bible (2015). I am not a particularly religious person, and it has been years … Continue reading

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Reading Apprenticeship in Renton

Last weekend I spent time at the Metacognition and Mindfulness: the Fourth Annual Reading Apprenticeship Conference. I am going to break this experience up into a couple of separate posts because even though the conference was only a day and … Continue reading

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Death of the Book Redux

I don’t know if this is related to climate change or the polar vortex, but the yearly declaration that the book is dead or dying is early this year. Naomi S. Baron, in her article “How E-Reading Threatens the Humanities” … Continue reading

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