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God and Man at the Burning of Notre Dame

Time may be a devourer, but fire has long been the enemy of the great stone cathedrals

Incendie de Notre Dame de Paris by Remi Mathis 15Apr2019

Before launching into a detailed description of the Notre Dame de Paris that drove literature students who just needed to summarize the plot crazy for generations, Victor Hugo bestowed this nugget upon posterity:




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Andrew Donaldson

Andrew Donaldson

Writer. Mountaineer diaspora. Vet. Managing Editor @ordinarytimemag, Writings found @arcdigi & elsewhere. Writing about food, folks, & faith at Yonder & Home

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