• Truth-telling and the right to publish

    The career of the British concert pianist James Rhodes has been anything but conventional. He was more or less self-taught until he was 13.

  • The MISSING MIRROR

    Sitting in the armchair on his fourth floor balcony, the young master awaited his morning tea.

  • EDITOR’S NOTE

    “The world is a looking glass and gives back to every man the reflection of his own face.”

  • Jean de La Fontaine: A Fountain of Fable

    Today's children are familiar with the Harry Potter and Twilight series but once upon a time, Little Louis – the six-year-old son of Louis XIV of France was lucky enough to have the first collection of 124 Selected Fables of Jean de La Fontaine dedicated to him. La Fontaine and Fables are almost synonymous in French literature.

  • What is Whispered

    When the people left the room, wisps of their souls hovered around indefinitely, sniffing at corners and wafting around the legs of chairs.

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