Tag Archives: Victor D. Infante

Broken Heroes and Better Angels: When Our Fictions Are Larger Than We Are

[Warning: This essay contains spoilers for “Game of Thrones” and “Avengers: Endgame.”]

“Lord, who to call when no one obeys the law/And there ain’t no Iron Man that can come and save us all?” – Method Man, Bulletproof Love

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Un tremblement de terre: Saying goodbye to Richard Beban

By Victor D. Infante

I was thinking about asking someone to write an essay about Joseph Campbell, and then I thought of Richard Beban. And then I caught my breath. I’m not used to the idea that my longtime friend … Continue reading