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Honore de Balzac: Ferragus. . .

It is my hope that the few readers that my still happen my this defunct and lonely place might chance to see this truth bomb and spread it about.  It is an exceptional statement of the nature of woman from … Continue reading

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Alexandre Dumas (pere). . .

“Monsieur!” said the young woman, supplicating him, and clasping her hands together; “monsieur, in the name of heaven, by the name of a soldier, by the courtesy of a gentleman depart–there–there is midnight striking–that is the hour at which I … Continue reading

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The Lays Of Ancient Rome. . .

Never enough time. . . Now by your children’s cradles, now by your father’s graves, Be men today, Quirites, or be forever slaves! For this did Servius give us laws? For this did Lucrece bleed? For this was the great … Continue reading

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Heroism – R W Emerson

Were I still in a place to spend countless hours before a computer screen these wisps would be delivered with sustained regularity like fascist trains, yet I am not so they come as they come. Whenever I find myself nose … Continue reading

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Manospherian Advice and Classic Literature

Though, as of the moment, this poet lacks the hours required for a robust reentry into full time Manospheria, a snippet of advice came under my notice while reading this afternoon.  I cannot in good conscience refrain from passing it … Continue reading

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Aeschylus: Agamemnon; Or The Aesthetic Repudiation Of Hypergamy

To heaven, O Queen, will I upraise new song; But, wouldst though speak once more, I fain would hear From first to last the marvel of the tale. . . A gracious word the woman’s lips have told, Worthy a … Continue reading

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La Boetie: Not Spanish For The Bowtie

The week’s reading comes partially as a response to rereading Civil Disobedience and the thoughts that came with that and in part while those were steeping reading a series of articles at The Left Half: Here, Here, and now Here. … Continue reading

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