Reviewed by Fionnchú
Matching the approach in Greenblatt’s first work addressed beyond the seminar table, Will in the World (2004), The Swerve elaborates this professor’s New Historicist direction. This literary theory favors context over text; it explores the historical backgrounds and “cultural poetics” infusing a literary work.
Greenblatt, a leading New Historicist and Renaissance . . . → Read More: The Swerve, by Stephen Greenblatt
Reviewed by Patti Wigington
The Bottom Line
Clea Danaan manages to show how a garden can be so much more than a patch of dirt with some plants in it. In fact, she shows how the soil itself can become an instrument of change — not only in your own life, but on a global . . . → Read More: Sacred Land, by Clea Danaan
By Tobin Blake
Imagine yourself walking along a garden path toward a brilliant light that brings warmth and nourishment to everything it shines upon. The path is open and the way gentle, flanked by gardens brimming with life. This is a peaceful, safe place, beautiful to gaze upon.
If you turn around and look behind . . . → Read More: Meditation 101