Recently I (I had originally written “quite by chance”, yet everything is a butterfly effect, leading me to this point in time and space now) found myself looking at the poetry of my father’s supervisor during his studies in English Literature at Cambridge, the prolific British poet Jeremy Prynne. Looking at Prynne’s poetry was a … Continue reading Mirroring parallels
A qualitative study across class and gender of the transient mini-verse of Ramadan in Egypt. by Amanda Tapp “Ramadan is an example of how humans differentiate themselves as different from any other type of being – the spiritual value you get from fasting, from understanding what it means to fast. Understanding that your mind is … Continue reading A Qualitative Study of Ramadan in Egypt
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