Of Hamlet, Hnakra, and Holiness — All Nine

Of Hamlet, Hnakra, and Holiness By Doug Jackson In Greek mythology, Melpomene, the muse of tragedy, is the daughter of Zeus by Mnemosyne, who personifies memory. The name literally means, “the melodious one.” So tragedy is God-impregnated memory that sings our sorrow. Inexorability separates tragedy from other bad experiences, like stupidity or rotten luck. Oedipus […]

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