Born to be Good by Dacher Keltner
Born to be Good
"Human history, Glover contends, can be thought of as a contest between cruelty and
Labov's 6 Basic Elements of Storytelling
Classifying and delineating story patterns is a vast field of study, but one of the most influential theories was written in 1972 by socioli...
Pond by Claire-Louise Bennett
"...in the whole history of literature love is quite routinely depicted as an engulfing process of ecstatic suffering which finally,...
Rise and Sprawl by Hans Ibelings and Partisans
"Toronto's skyline has literally come to resemble a series of nondescript columnar extrusions, much like the ones that characteri...
In Blackwater Woods by Mary Oliver
"To live in this world you must be able to do three things: to love what is mortal; to hold it against your bones knowing your own...
Giovanni's Room by James Baldwin
"'Nobody can stay in the garden of Eden,' Jacques said. And then: 'I wonder why.'...I have thought about Jacques'...