Not only does solitary confinement fail to achieve the stated goals of the practice, but many of the effects of isolating prisoners are counterproductive to addressing or preventing dangerous behavior.
"The Bight" and "The End of March" cast light upon an invisible line that connects Elizabeth Bishop's earlier work to her later work.
Despite the fact that ancient Greeks would most certainly have found white marble sculptures to be ugly and bare, scholars have chosen to perpetuate the idea that white marble was/is the pinnacle of Grecian beauty in art.
Marie de France explores Capellanus’s ideal of the ennobling power of love but does not appear to subscribe to it unconditionally.
They knew the surrounding wilderness like the backs of their hands, or rather, the wilderness and the backs of their hands were continuous, separated by no boundary.
"There cannot be a clear division, a borderline, between landscape and me. Rather, we flow through each other. Maybe we are fundamentally made from the same material."
Much Ado about Nothing can be read as a challenge to "male insecurity that stems from the connection between male honor and female chastity."