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December 11 2015, 1PM

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November 27, 3PM

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October 16 2014, 4AM

English philosopher Francis Bacon wrote, “The monuments of wit survive the monuments of power.” In other words, while the trappings of power may decay, works of wit endure. Among these works of wit is satire. Much more than just a joke at another’s ... [Products] [Charles Dickens] [collected works] [Community Pricing] [Jane Austen] [jonathan swift] [literature] [Noet] [noet scholarly tools]
English philosopher Francis Bacon wrote, “The monuments of wit survive the monuments of power.” In other words, while the trappings of power may decay, works of wit endure. Among these works of wit is satire. Much more than just a joke at another’s ... [Products] [Charles Dickens] [collected works] [Community Pricing] [Jane Austen] [jonathan swift] [literature] [Noet] [noet scholarly tools]