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Short Nonfiction Collection, Vol. 074

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Short Nonfiction Collection, Vol. 074 is a diverse and engaging collection of essays and articles by various authors. Each piece offers a unique perspective on a wide range of topics, from politics and history to science and philosophy.

One standout essay in this collection is a thought-provoking piece on the impact of technology on society, exploring both the benefits and drawbacks of our increasingly digital world. Another highlight is a memoir by a renowned author, offering a glimpse into their personal life and creative process.

Overall, this collection offers a captivating mix of writing styles and subjects, making it a highly enjoyable and thought-provoking read. Whether you are a fan of nonfiction or simply enjoy exploring new ideas, Short Nonfiction Collection, Vol. 074 is sure to captivate and inspire. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a diverse and engaging read.

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Twenty-one short nonfiction works chosen by the readers. "We must learn to dignify common labor." Booker T. Washington spoke plain truth at an 1898 Lincoln Day commemoration. Recorded during months of pandemic virus lockdown, unemployment, and mass dependence on the "common labor" of grocery clerks and delivery persons, Volume 074 of the Short Nonfiction Collection reflects its readers' reactions to uncertain times. Religion and Philosophy figure in several selections .

Finally, virtual travel , virtual bakery treats and words of wisdom for times when life is turned upside down. . Creator of cathedral windows, artisan Christopher Whall writes "Pull yourself together in such an aroused and angry spirit as shall flame out against the difficulty with force and heat. Let the whole thing be as fuel of fire... and the chief difficulty may become...the chief glory ... like the new-born Phoenix, sprung from the ashes of the old and thrice as fair."

The Crisis: Nihilism and the Idea of Recurrence was translated by Anthony M. Ludovici Surface Tension was translated by Lord Rayleigh The Second Epistle of Clement was translated by John Keith

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