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Archive for September, 2009

September 2009 in Black Lamb

Volume 7, Number 9 — September 2009

September 1st, 2009

In our cover article, Pascoli & his sister, Rosemary McLeish takes us to a tiny town in Tuscany famous for the Italian Wordsworth, Giovanni Pascoli. In our page 2 feature, The Sand Pile Effect, Ian Archer argues that fate plays a major role in so-called “accidents.” Leslie Russell extols the beauties of the season in rural Oregon in Autumn. Toby Tompkins recalls the first of three occasions when he was obliged to become an amateur shrink in Doctor in spite of himself.

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