Monthly Archives: November 2011

Miss Hargreaves, by Frank Baker (1939)

          Creative thought creates. Such is the simple principle on which is built Miss Hargreaves. And twenty-three year-old Norman Huntley has always had a strong creative streak: as a child, he was constantly inventing wild stories to get himself … Continue reading

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The Return of the Native

     Greetings, everyone! Here I am, back at last from my week in England, where, if you recall, I went to read a paper at a conference in London, and then to do a spot of research at the King’s … Continue reading

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