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Anecdotal Evidence

A blog about the intersection of books and life.

  • By Patrick Kurt
  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly one post per day
  • First post on

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Dec 2022 1
Jan 2023 31
Feb 2023 28
Mar 2023 32
Apr 2023 30
May 2023 31
Jun 2023 31
Jul 2023 31
Aug 2023 31
Sep 2023 30
Oct 2023 31
Nov 2023 31
Dec 2023 1

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Most recent posts

'Wisdom As a Kind of Courtesy'
“[A] reverence for the natural world, and a conviction that intelligent sanity is both more difficult than unreflective complacency and more interesting than madness.” That’s how the poet Dick Davis characterized the concerns of Janet …
On , by Patrick Kurp, 527 words
'Thoughts Wait Here for Future Readers'
In Another Beauty (trans. Clare Cavanagh, 2000), the late Adam Zagajewski revisits the library at his alma mater, Jagiellonian University in Kraków, and calls it a “botanical garden of ideas,” a metaphor worthy of the …
On , by Patrick Kurp, 332 words
'But There Must Have Been More'
One of the unexpected gifts of being young and working as a newspaper reporter was the giddy sensation of being thrown into life and finally mistaken for an adult. Some of the one-time abstractions – …
On , by Patrick Kurp, 482 words