Poetic Injustice

Even the Nobel Prize can’t protect Derek Walcott from old allegations of sexual harassment.

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What remains true is that Oxford students are the true losers in the equation.

They'll have to settle for second- or third-best because a sore loser cried fire in the crowded theater of Oxford academia.

Jason W.H. Page is a writer who’s lived all over the United States. He now lives and works in London.

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