Monday, September 25, 2017

The Daily Scholar

Portrait of the Artist Mondays

On Mondays, an artist describes a work of art

Diana Carey

Splattered Skies

Noelani Kirschner

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Zinsser Revisited Fridays

Flunking Description

Why I tried to write like a Victorian novelist

William Zinsser

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Measure by Measure Thursdays

Songs of Innocence

Fauré, Verlaine, and the music of eternal hope

Sudip Bose

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View from Rue Saint-Georges Wednesdays

A Sense of Horrors Avoided

On progress and criticism

Thomas Chatterton Williams

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Next Line, Please Tuesdays

Miss Understanding Prevails

David Lehman

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Dive into the Daily Scholar archives

WISE TO THE WORDS

Pause Fillers

Um, like, y’know, sort of, if you catch my drift

Ralph Keyes

Current Issue

Essays

Opioids and Paternalism

To help end the crisis, both doctors and patients need to find a new way to think about pain

David Brown

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Works in Progress

Glimpses of Home

Intimate films from two late Chicago directors

Nathalie Lagerfeld

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Arts

Decommissioning Lee

The controversial removal of a prominent New Orleans statue

Wayne Curtis

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Book Reviews

Feast of Eden

A look at humanity’s most famous star-crossed couple

Sarah Ruden

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Letter From

Israel: Occupational Hazards

Confronting academic freedom and racism in an oppressive state

Feisal G. Mohamed

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