The Brilliance Of Chekhov Began With His Toys

This morning a colleague and I lead our Theological Aesthetics class through the task of cutting up an onion after the fashion Robert Farrar Capon commends in The Supper of the Lamb. It took an hour. As we were cutting the onions up, and as my colleague Jim Watkins was reading the second chapter of …

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