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4/20/2017 4:02 pm  #1


New Yorker Article on the Arctic (and Hyperborea) in Literature

There's  interesting article in this weeks New Yorker on literary representations of the Arctic including the ancient stories of Hyperborea.  It's already given me some ideas for who else might wash up on the shores of HYPERBOREA. http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/04/24/polar-expressed  

 

4/20/2017 5:50 pm  #2


Re: New Yorker Article on the Arctic (and Hyperborea) in Literature

Thanks for sharing, lige! I look forward to reading it.


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4/20/2017 8:26 pm  #3


Re: New Yorker Article on the Arctic (and Hyperborea) in Literature

Thanks for the link, Eli! :D

Allan.

 

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