Byshera Williams is a Junior English Major at Drexel University and the current Associate Editor for The Smart Set.
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City Views Poor Fernand Léger. He is a man trapped in sociology. His paintings aren’t looked at for their own sake anymore but for what they show us about city life in the early 20th […]
Dancing in the Dark In the year 1905, Henri Matisse painted a portrait of his wife wearing a rather extraordinary hat. The painting was displayed at the Salon d’Automne in Paris that same year. Much shock and […]
Travelin’ Man The last section of An African in Greenland is titled “A True Greenlander,” but what a Greenlander is, well, that’s not easy to say.
In this final chapter, Robert […]