Self and Others
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Self and Others

Beautifully Executed, Sustained, and Controlled

One of the finest sonnets in English literature.

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In early October 1816, a good friend Cowden Clarke shared with John Keats an extraordinary antique volume circulating among London’s literati: a 1616 folio edition of the Elizabethan playwright George Chapman’s translation of Homer. This book was just over two hundred years old at the time. The book was…

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Dedicated to cultivating self awareness, self care, empathy, and kindness

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