Michele Leggott

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We walk backwards into the future, our eyes fixed on the past. —Maori proverb Western culture maligns the act of looking back. Orpheus, the legendary poet of Greek mythology, lost his wife, Eurydice, to the underworld when he turned around to steal a glimpse of her walking behind him. Lot's wife, in the Old Testament Book of Genesis, was transformed into a(More)
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