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People on the move

History in its broadest aspect is a record of man’s migrations from one environment to another. Ellsworth Huntington The story of humanity is essentially the story of human movement. In the near future, people will move even more, particularly if, as some predict, climate change sparks mass migration on an unprecedented scale. The sooner we recognize the inevitability of this movement, the sooner we can try to manage it. Patrick Kingsley Whenever people talk in … Continue reading

The Ad-dressing of cats Again I must remind you that A Dog’s a Dog — A CAT’S A CAT. With Cats, some say, one rule is true: Don’t peak tillyou are spoken to. Myself, Ì do not hold I with that – I say, you should ad-dress a Cat. But always keep in mind that he Resents familiarity. I bow, and taking off my hat, Ad-dress him in this form: O CAT! But if he … Continue reading

George Mikes and Tsi-Tsa

In memory of George Mikes and Tsi-Tsa. This short story is a narrative piece of art which constitutes the last chapter of the book – TSI-TSA The biography of a cat – written by George Mikes and published in London in 1978 by Andre Deutsch, with the pictures of Nicolas Bentley. Nine years later this author died. In 1990 I wrote my university dissertation on him and his literary works, but this book wasn’t included … Continue reading