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Diary - Course Essay Handed In!

The last few days – since I wrote my last diary, at least – my days have been almost entirely taken up with working on my course essay. 378 more words


April showers bring May... pilgrims!

“When April with his showers sweet with fruit

The drought of March has pierced unto the root…

Then do folk long to go on pilgrimage.”

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Living In Truth

The Assassin's Tale


The Assassin’s Tale

An original composition written by John Clay Allen to accompany this story

Inspired by Geoffrey Chaucer’s The Canterbury Tales

An assassin am I, the destroyer of life… 1,438 more words


Hyperion (Hyperion Cantos #1)

Author: Dan Simmons

Rating: 5 out of bloody 5!!!!!

I’m guessing you’re thinking something along the lines of, “Why are there so many exclamation marks after a rating?” or maybe you’re freaking out over the graphic image of blood oozing out of a 5 (sorry about that). 1,855 more words


Yet Another Domain Name Change

I’ve told you all a terrible lie. I’m not actually fluent in French.

I mean, I do “speak” French — as in, I studied it for a couple of years in high school and could probably manage to ask for directions if I got airdropped in the middle of Paris for some reason. 360 more words

Medieval Literature

Five Ceramic Trivet Tiles

My sister-in-law has a houseful of these ceramic tiles. Seriously, you’d be astounded if you saw her collection. I’ll have to get a number. How convenient they’re squares. 81 more words


A First Wednesday Program: Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales- Still Funny After All These Years

Come join the dictation on Wed, April 4 with Dartmouth professor Peter Travis as he discusses the genius and enduring humanity of Geoffrey Chaucer, the 14th-century “Father of English Poetry.” Geoffrey Chaucer was born circa 1340 in London, England. 66 more words