Points of Light: The Art of Being Human

Book Signing: Saturday, May 13th, 2017, 2:00-4:00 p.m.

Points of Light: The Art of Being Human

Harold C. Raley joins us with his new collection of essays

unaware-cover-340wHarold Raley tackles a diverse range of philosophical topics in his latest collection of essays “Points of Light.” Raley’s trademark wit and brevity have earned him a loyal following as a columnist for the Galveston County Daily News. This collection of many of his newspaper articles offers up musings on everything from literary criticism, to early medicine on the Texas Frontier.

Novelist and short story writer, linguist, philosopher, and professor, Harold C. Raley holds degrees (BA, MA, PhD) in English, Foreign Languages, Humanities, and Philosophy. Named Distinguished Professor, he has taught languages, literature, and philosophy in American and foreign universities. His publications include fourteen books of fiction, history, language, and philosophy, and approximately 150 articles and essays on wide-ranging topics in professional journals and newspapers.

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