The difference between Homer and Vergil, in one line.
Martin Luther, Galatians 1:4, and the importance of reading slowly.
Take–and, like, read.
Augustine on going home by finding our selves outside our selves in God inside ourselves.
Augustine and Epictetus on death.
In Confessions 4.5.10, Augustine takes up the difficult question of why we often find grief and sadness to be, in a sense, pleasurable, without coming to a definite conclusion. The question is closely related to the theory of tragedy as a literary and dramatic genre...
Some notes on Confessions 4.4.8-9.
On David French’s adjectival style.
A poetic paraphrase of Greek Anthology 1.66, on Melchizedek and Jesus.
On the anniversary of two Genesis-related albums.