Category Archives: Essays on Politics

Something There Is That Doesn’t Love a (Big, Beautiful) Wall

The “something” in the first line of Frost’s “Mending Wall” is the physical world. To be specific, it’s a phenomenon that shares the poet’s name: frost heaving. A native San Franciscan like me, Frost would have seen frost heaving in … Continue reading

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