December 2002 Web Edition

 

The making of a Nobel Laureate in Literature

Junie L. Sinson

International Scene Contributing Editor Junie L. Sinson's article on Nobel Laureate Gao Xingjian concludes with Parts II, III, and IV. Read this article.

 
 

Musings

Robert Cotner

Histories of nations are written by poets. Read this article.

 
 

In the matter of Robert Crachit, Esq.

Dan Crawford

Bob Crachit was born in 1843 in the mind of Charles Dickens, but it was a reincarnation, really. His previous life was in Camden town, where a young Charles Dickens watched his father deal with a world that was cruel to men who had no sense of money. Read this article.

 
 

Caxton exhibition focuses on the 'Fine-Press Movement' in Chicago

Kim Coventry

On January 15, 2003, the Caxton Club-organized exhibition, Inland Printers: The Fine-Press Movement in Chicago 1920-45, will open in the galleries of Columbia College Chicago Center for the Book & Paper Arts. Read this article.

 

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