Weekday Reading #21


Compartment Car, Edward Hopper, 1938

The Rise of the Professionals, George Hoare, Compact

Our Interview with Jacques Baud, The Postil

Why is Canada euthanising the poor?, Yuan Yi Zhu, Spectator UK

The Renaissance of the Classical School, James Hankins, First Things


7 responses to “Weekday Reading #21”

  1. Roger Avatar
    Roger

    Thank you for the Edward Hopper.

  2. eb Avatar
    eb

    Yeah, Roger I really like Edward Hopper (famous for The Nighthawks).
    Went to the NGA to see the Jeffrey Smart exhibition last Friday. Loved a lot of his stuff too.
    Both had a marvellous eye for angles, light and colour.

  3. Roger Avatar
    Roger

    Went to the NGA to see the Jeffrey Smart exhibition last Friday. Loved a lot of his stuff too.
    Both had a marvellous eye for angles, light and colour.

    Another of my favourites, eb.

    To make high art out of urban modernity is quite a talent.

  4. Louis Litt Avatar
    Louis Litt

    Enjoyed the article on teaching. About time the Catholics raised themselves up to uphold Classism.

  5. NoFixedAddress Avatar
    NoFixedAddress

    I felt sick reading the Spectator UK article on Canada killing the poor.

  6. Dianeh Avatar
    Dianeh

    The article on the killing of disadvantaged Canadians is disturbing.

    Canada has money to burn on renewables, media control and any other woke bullshit they can come up with, all at the expense of disadvantaged people’s suffering. Make the suffering so great by withholding funds for care, that the people end their suffering by taking their lives via assisted suicide.

    And still can’t balance the budget. These people are truly evil.

  7. Angus Black Avatar
    Angus Black

    The Edward Hopper is so evocative of the late 30s. Delightful, I agree.

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