Monthly Archives: November 2020

Deconstructing the Nash Papyrus

Seth Lipton What is the Nash Papyrus? The Nash Papyrus was named after W.L. Nash who acquired and presented it to Stanley A. Cook of Cambridge University in 1903.  It is a small piece of worn-out papyrus, upon which both … Continue reading

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I Declare After All There Is No Enjoyment Like Reading: How A Moment of Supposed Weakness Got Me Off My Unnecessarily Pretentious Bookish High Horse

EuGrace Like a lot of other “bookish” people before me, my first reaction to somebody suggesting I listen to an audiobook instead of sticking with my conservative, age-old routine of just going page-by-page, line-by-line was complete, fresh, and undiluted denial. … Continue reading

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