The October 2011 Issue of COMMON-PLACE Now Launched
This month’s Common-place brings past and present together with essays focusing on corporations’ rights to intellectual property, the curious lawsuit filed against freemasons in West Virginia, and one artist’s quest to illustrate every single page of Moby Dick.
Purists – or readers who need a break from the twenty-first century – can take a peak at the heartfelt fan mail sparked by Susanna Warner’s antebellum tear-jerker, The Wide, Wide World, or ponder the cartoons, engravings, and paintings inspired by the maimed bodies of Civil War veterans.
What are you waiting for? Point your browser to http://www.common-place.org. and get reading!
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