Monthly Archives: April 2012

A Gem from “Earth and Reveries of Will,” by Gaston Bachelard

“No underground exploration is necessary in order for the dreamer lithognomically possessed to see a crystallized world in a geode, a world hollowed for the inhabitation of gems. Like [George] Sand with her rock found by the roadside, we have … Continue reading

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J. J. Cohen: Medievalist, Researcher into Stone

“…I write difficult prose about obscure subjects in dead languages. To find that such work resonates with scholars and writers who are for the most part distant from my field and yet who feel energized by what I’ve done, well … Continue reading

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