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July 06, 2011



Fantastic story! My supervisor and I have just edited a collection of MacKinnon's articles due to be released in the next month or so and so I have been regaled with MacKinnon anecdotes for the past 18 months or so - all hilarious! But, an absolutely astounding intellect both in terms of breadth and depth. It's that penetrating sense of the tragic, of the deep brokenness of human life which is so profound.


Very interesting story. I am deeply immersed in Julian of Norwich's writings at present- I am writing my senior disertation on her works. I have found that she can be a bit difficult to write about, though luckily I am not writing about her views on sin, which would probably be one of the most difficult aspect to write about.

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