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The fiction of climate change

We can blame climate change for the scattering of our seasons, and the cultures they enable. This is no less than a remoulding of our imaginations. But how do we face up to our rebellion against Mother Nature, and her wrathful, deadly response?

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Keeping the faith

Do I imagine myself visiting a gobargas project in the sticks to see if my environmental sins are being alchemized into virtue?

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Eyes, right! The philosopher Roger Scruton, who does not like lefties.
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No place like home

It’s not easy being green, as Kermit the Frog says. In a world of long-distance travel and consumption, the pursuit of consistently green living may seem downright quixotic.

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JLF 2017 Diary: Skipping to Words

A black man in the US, Beatty is permanently uncomfortable. Typecast as a writer of satire, he thinks instead that he is just writing from that point of discomfort – about frustration, about being lost.

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Global Translation Rights Catalogue, 2017
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JLF 2017 Diary: Tales of Tongues

  • Yukta Bajracharya
  • Thursday, January 19, 2017
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My tongue didn’t have a mind of its own. It had already become accustomed to life in exile, and it didn’t think much of returning home.

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