Sarah Skwire is a fellow at Liberty Fund, Inc. She is a poet and author of the writing textbook Writing with a Thesis.
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DECEMBER 02, 2013 by SARAH SKWIRE
Emile Zola vividly illustrates the pleasures and perils of shopping, particularly the power of well-displayed merchandise to stir up longing and desire. Despite the usual bromides of the Christmas shopping season, this isn't necessarily a bad thing.
NOVEMBER 14, 2013 by SARAH SKWIRE
Executive Suite offers a compelling look at the qualities--including a powerful sense of responsibility to employees--that make up the ideal CEO and define committed entrepreneurs.
OCTOBER 31, 2013 by SARAH SKWIRE
A grisly tale perfectly suited for Halloween, Chaucer's "The Pardoner's Tale" is often said to be about the evils of money. But taking a closer look at the source suggests there's something more complex going on.
OCTOBER 06, 2013 by SARAH SKWIRE
OCTOBER 04, 2013 by SARAH SKWIRE
Entrepreneurship takes a lot of guts and hard work. But it isn't for everybody; John O'Hara does a good job explaining why.