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Uncommon Literature: Reading at Frost Library

Join the staff and interns of The Common for a celebration of uncommonly good literature! Come to hear readings from our most recent issues and enjoy wine and cheese in the CHI. 

Mole

In the Natural World

LAWRENCE RAAB
Animals dream, but of what we do not know… / Maybe some think back, / maybe others regret. But what about guilt? / Does it play a part in their kingdom? / …In one night / moles can dig tunnels 300 feet long, / while all that time we’re awake / brooding about the future…

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Friday Reads: December 2017

Curated by SARAH WHELAN
This month, our Issue 14 contributors read works that examine the seams of time, from the construction of a fleeting impression, to the scaffolding of a historical drama. Whether it be a poem read from a pulpit or a paperback fished serendipitously from a pile of freebies, these recommendations celebrate literature's ability to break through temporal boundaries.