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Week 3 in the Great Divorce Read-Along: A Handy Chart

Today is the 70th anniversary of the third installment of the weekly story that we now know as The Great Divorce. Week 1 and Chapter 1 were the same, so that a reader picking up the book today and a reader 70 years ago would have experienced the same thing, except that it was squeezed between editorials on organ music, advertisements for “Winox: The Meat and Malt Wine,” and reminders about the Church of England Waif and Strays Society. 588 more words

C.S. Lewis

30 (Mon)Day Book Challanege- Week Seven: A book that is hard to read

Week Seven has approached us, this weeks theme is books that are hard to read.

Brianna will go first with her current read *drum roll* 210 more words


Rage and Grief: Homer Still Says It Best

I’m finally home for Thanksgiving break! If you read my last, extremely disjointed blog post, you can probably guess how excited I am to be writing this in the comfort of my home, with my cats trying to sleep on my keyboard. 1,402 more words


Geography and Literature : a Positive Correlation

Often deemed an aggregate subject, the geographic discipline comprises elements of biology, geology and economics (among others). However, this most eclectic of subjects seldom strays into the humanities – the arts least of all. 1,163 more words


The Sacrament of Marriage - Homer

“There is nothing nobler, or more admirable, than when two people who see eye to eye, keep house as man and wife, confounding their enemies and delighting their friends.” 14 more words


The Battle of Frogs and Mice, Part 7: The Mice Arm and Frogs Respond

(For Part 6, go here)

When the Mice arm themselves for War
No Frog will fear their martial roar.
They make their battle plans,
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Home To Penelope: A Homeric Ode In B Flat Major

                                Home To Penelope: A Homeric Ode In B Flat Major

Home I came over the famed
Homeric wine dark sea,
Odysseus as I am named, 88 more words