Reviewing The Father’s Tale by Michael O’Brien

He was losing all affection for Russia. It was a crazy country, full of crazy people. At any moment, crazy things came out of nowhere and ran over the unsuspecting traveler, shot him with an arrow or shook him like a pea in a tin can. Moreover, he realized that he had left behind at [Read More...]

Fathers and Sons and Rembrandt

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The Return of the Prodigal Son c. 1669 Oil on canvas, 262 x 206 cm The Hermitage, St. Petersburg via Web Gallery of Art This is a very long but moving passage from The Father’s Tale by Michael O’Brien. I quite liked it and think it gives a good representation of what I liked in [Read More...]

In which we learn about the Duke of Ch’in, after which Master Li and Number Ten Ox try to get rich quick.

Bridge of Birds is back in Episode 178 of Forgotten Classics. Get it while it’s hot! [Read more...]


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