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Thursday Links 3/11/21

A new Classics journal has launched! Here’s “Antigone,” an open forum for Classics, in their own words: Our articles will dust down the Ancient Greeks and Romans and bring them into fresh conversation with modern-day readers of all ages. […] … Continue reading

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Tuesday Links

“It’s been about 10 months since I graduated high school […] lately, I can’t stop thinking about the books I read in high school and whether they were worth reading at all.” Mortimer Adler on how to mark a book. … Continue reading

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Monday links

Most of the stuff that’s being written on the Classics these days is, directly or indirectly, responding to the New York Times Magazine piece, which means that most of these pieces are arguing either in defense of the Classics or … Continue reading

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Thursday links

The links post, Patrick writes, is an underrated artifact. One of the reasons for starting this blog was that I was interested in following the current debate around the classics. Here’s the New York Times: On top of the problems … Continue reading

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