I’ve found two photographs to accompany Anna’s final scene.
The first is a model in a museum of a 19th century railway compartment. The second is a view of a steam engine on the trans-Siberian railroad. 25 more words
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In his book Where I’m Reading From, Tim Parks asks an important question of readers: “Do we need to finish ?” The reason this query is so vital is that most people, I’ll argue, don’t actually finish all the books they’ve said they’ve read—and if this is so then we must all understand what we mean when we say we’ve “read” a book. Continue reading…
Because this song reminds me of two different characters I decided to present both. You can choose which one appeals to you more, turning the music into a “choose your own adventure” of sorts. 225 more words
Here are PDF files of the pages I handed out at our meeting on Saturday:
We noticed the familiar sight of kangaroo droppings walking around the bush on our way to the beach. They are shaped almost square. The wombat’s dropping too are square shaped. 403 more words