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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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Month starting Posts
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 32
Jan 2024 33
Feb 2024 29
Mar 2024 31
Apr 2024 31
May 2024 25

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Most recent posts

'The Writer As Illusionist'
My review of William Maxwell’s The Writer As Illusionist: Uncollected and Unpublished Work (ed. Alec Wilkinson, Nonpareil Books, 2024) is published in the June issue of The New Criterion.
On , by Patrick Kurp, 33 words
'Dark But Festive'
I grew up in the Age of Magazines. My parents, who were not book readers, subscribed at various times to Newsweek, U.S. News and World Report, Time, Life, Look, Saturday Evening Post and National Geographic, …
On , by Patrick Kurp, 419 words
'I Like to Think of Pasteur in Elysium'
In 1985, the year Mikhail Gorbachev was elected General Secretary by the Politburo, the scholar and translator Clarence Brown published The Portable Twentieth-Century Russian Reader, a selection ranging from Tolstoy and Chekhov to Voinovich and …
On , by Patrick Kurp, 651 words