The (Dis)Course of History


By Eric Axner-Norrman This is a fictional account of a conversation between two fictitious history professors. Any real-life similarity is entirely coincidental. The setting sun of Gascony in late August has a certain warm radiance and golden glow about it. That is something both could agree upon without argument. But…

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On the Waterfront


By Eric Axner-Norrman Have a look at a map of the world, and soon you will discover that the large landmasses that constitute our continents are surrounded by even larger bodies of water. Dry land is an exception rather than rule on our planet. All along stretches of coasts, shorelines…

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