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Gaudy Night by Dorothy L. Sayers

(Fear not, spoilers are duly marked, although this post is mostly for people who’ve read the book)

Oh book – How did I love thee? Let me count the ways. 511 more words

Book Review

Literary Toolkit for Moby-Dick

Main Source

Melville, Herman, and Barry Moser. Moby Dick, Or, The Whale. San Francisco: Arion, 1979. Print.

Critical Analysis

Melville, Herman, Hershel Parker, and Harrison Hayford. 43 more words


SBL/AAR 2014: Plutarch and the New Testament

Things have been insanely busy this academic quarter, which is why I announced earlier this year that I will be on something of a sabbatical from blogging, until I finish my qualifying exams and advance to candidacy in my Ph.D. 1,142 more words


Ken Boothe - Everything I Own

Another fabulous early Reggae cut from the legendary Trojan Records stable… again utterly buggered up (literally) by Boy George.

Happy Mondays - Kinky Afro

Their best track, for me. “Son, I’m 30. I only live with yer mutha coz she’s dirty.”… frankly, I can’t think of a better reason to live with a woman for so long! 11 more words

The Crystals - He's A Rebel

That Phil Spector sound. He might have been a fucking lunatic… but in the studio early 60’s, no one could touch the fella!

Five Great Paintings of Books by William Blake

William Blake was born on this day in 1757. To mark the occasion, we’ve put together five of his greatest paintings related to books – whether because they accompanied Blake’s prophetic books or other literary work (such as his poems) or because they actually feature books in a more literal sense. 726 more words