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AB: The Life and Work of Albert Bloch

ALBERT BLOCH FILM “AB” TO SCREEN “AB”, over a decade in the making, explores the delightful story of a famous American artist few have heard of but who belongs in the pantheon of great twentieth century American artists. It will screen in the Kansas City International Film Festival on Saturday, April 13, 2019 at the […]

IHP Reunion

Dear friends, especially Pearsonites and IHP babies If you have not heard already, there is going to an IHP Reunion September 3-5. Please visit  http://www.ihpreunion.com/ to see the schedule and RSVP. By the way, great website design Patrick Shopen! Yours truly, Peter Hilaire Bloch IHP baby (see all entries under topic IHP)

Atticus Finch: Local and National Man of Virtue

     To Kill a Mockingbird presents us with a broken town in a broken county—Maycomb. The townspeople hold onto time-honored codes and conventions, some of which are laudable and some of which are reprehensible. The novel highlights the problem of appearances—as embodied in the town’s architecture. “The Maycomb jail [is] the most venerable and […]

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