Archive for: the wire

JANE EYRE Book the Second– Wuthering Heights and A Unicorn: A Novel

‘Wuthering Heights’—we might give it some of the same…Colour, if you will. I suggest the insertion of a unicorn.

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The Wire Roundtable: Cherchez la femme

The Wire is singularly unconcerned with how women fare in these institutions, the fates they face, the options open to them.

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The Wire Roundtable: Conclusion

Prez, Wallace, Zach Snyder’s translations, and as much traffic as we usually get in two months.

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The Wire Roundtable: Getting Away From It All

The roundtable isn’t over for another day or so, but let’s go ahead and talk about endings.

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“When It’s Not Your Turn”: The Quintessentially Victorian Vision of Ogden’s “The Wire”

There are few works of greater scope or structural genius than the series of fiction pieces by Horatio Bucklesby Ogden, collectively known as The Wire; yet for the most part, this Victorian masterpiece has been forgotten and ignored by scholars and popular culture alike.

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This Blog Has Improved by 13.6%

Around the end of the 19th century, Progressives celebrated the dawn of rational government. Public policy was to become a social science, and like all sciences it was to be based on quantitative facts.

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The Wire Roundtable: Season 1, Episode 1, Again

The Wire, with its labyrinthine plot and characters piled on characters, is definitely meant for rewatching.

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