Daily Archives: September 7, 2011

Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness: Graphic Novel

I have previously mentioned the graphic novel version of Joseph Conrad’s ‘Heart of Darkness’ as illustrated by Catherine Anyango. It is published in the UK and hopefully will make it to the US in due course, and you can already … Continue reading

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Conflict Poem: to a Girl from the Kyber Pass

From 3 Quarks Daily: Roheena     —to a girl from Kyber Pass suppose in the imagination of the tribes she was kept hidden all her life behind four walls still it was possible … suppose in the imagination of the tribes … Continue reading

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India: the Dark Side of Economic Progress: The Beautiful and the Damned

There is a good book review by the marvelous Indian American critic Parul Sehgal in 3 Quarks Daily today about a new book ‘The Beautiful and the Damned: a Portrait of the New India’ by Siddhartha Deb that explores the downside … Continue reading

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AK-47

There are an estimated 75 million AK-47s in the world http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AK-47

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Conflict Photography: Small Wars

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Awkward Science Fair

Interesting question here: though of course as Americans are less than 5% of the world’s population, and therefore a small minority of the human race, I wonder if this project had that in mind?

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Conflict Photography: Village Search Afghanistan

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