Racism, Travel and the Noble Savage in Translation by Margaret Saine

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A warning forthwith: I’m retired, and therefore have the fool’s freedom of free play, that is, I have the right to only deal with the literature I like anymore! And I want to start with a quote of the great German-American anthropologist at Columbia University, New York, Franz Boas. He said in 1905: “If we… Continue reading Racism, Travel and the Noble Savage in Translation by Margaret Saine

Poems by Margaret Saine

Rondeau in Winter   “like a worm, was I wrapt round and round”                                                       Edward Young   A feather on the Polished marble floor Of the train station