Read To Me – Day Twenty-Five

In Praise of Coldness, by Jane Hirshfield “If you wish to move your reader,” Checkhov wrote, “you must write more coldly.” Herakleitos recommended, “A dry soul is best.” And so at the center of many great works is found a preserving dispassion, like the vanishing point of quattrocento perspective, or the tiny packets of desiccant […]

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