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Thomas McKelvey Cleaver : Remembering Ray Bradbury

Ray Bradbury in 1982. Photo by Lennox McLendon / AP / Washington Post.Ray Bradbury remembered:The librarian told my dadhe was asking for trouble “Ray Bradbury, a boundlessly imaginative novelist who wrote some of the most popular science-fiction books of all … finish reading Thomas McKelvey Cleaver : Remembering Ray Bradbury

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FILM / Ed Felien : Harry Potter Through the Eyes of an Afghan Child

Harry Potter and the Deadly Hallows, Part Two. Harry Potter through the eyes of an Afghan child Understanding the lesson of Harry Potter is essential to understanding the cultural values that underpin our need for the vindication of war. By … finish reading FILM / Ed Felien : Harry Potter Through the Eyes of an Afghan Child

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Avatar : Contradictions of Cameron’s Animation Masterpiece

The contradictions of capital-intensive history:James Cameron’s animation masterpiece The stunning experience of nature, culture, and politics does achieve an important spiritual reversal of the Cowboys and Indians plot. By Greg Moses / The Rag Blog / December 28, 2009 “I’ll … finish reading Avatar : Contradictions of Cameron’s Animation Masterpiece

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It’s a Narnia Christmas : A Hodgepodge of History Bound Together by Love

Drawing by Jeffrey Fisher. Copyright 2008 / New York Times.‘Narnia is a mongrel thing, and so is Christmas. As is often the case, this mongrelizing is the source of its strength.’By Laura Miller / December 18, 2008 Every Christmas, I … finish reading It’s a Narnia Christmas : A Hodgepodge of History Bound Together by Love

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