And just like that, “myasthenia gravis” entered the political lexicon and the national consciousness last week when President Duterte revealed that he was suffering from the illness — the latest in a long line of ailments that he says he has, and that he’s been casually admitting in his speeches (the “myasthenia gravis” revelation was made before the Filipino community in Russia during the President’s state visit to Moscow). Is this true? We only have Mr.
In “The Plague” (1947), Albert Camus narrates the rapid declension of a sleepy town into a dungeon of unbearable suffering. Oran, the locus of the story, is a place filled with “smug, placid air,” where “you need time to discover what it is that makes it different from so many