Reads of the Week #27 

First, in this week of commemorating 70 years since the attacks on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, this piece is about the 190,000 survivors of the bombs who are nearing the end of their lives. 

This is a beautiful visualisation of Sylvia Plath’s The Fig Tree from zen pencils

This short analysis of Hopkins’s ‘The Windhover’ from Interesting Literature is very handy. 

Alexis Petridis writes here on the weird and intense world inhabited by audiophiles

Finally, and for some political reading here’s a piece on where the Scandinavian welfare state came from from Jacobin Magazine.

Here’s the archive of all the articles 

Here’s where to find all the links to the articles on Twitter. 

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