Category Archives: Reading


So a few years ago, I was given a copy of the Ian McEwan novel, Atonement. I placed it on my bedside and started reading it. One paragraph into it, I fell asleep. Each night, I tried to read more, but all reclined like that, I can hardly get one paragraph before I fall asleep.

Hootenanny Magazine Not Dead Yet

Finally paid a little attention to this neglected site o’mine. No new content, but at least it’s tolerably reskinned. Man that was overdue. I hope to revive it or reinvent it as some sort of arts/letters blog or some such. Just to add to the noise, since the world is not noisy enough.

On To Plutarch

Finished reading Paul Cartledge’s Alexander The Great. On to ‘s lives. Will go back to and before coming forward to and . After that back to Plato (Greek: Πλάτων Plátōn) (ca. May 21? 427 BC – ca. 347 BC), born Aristocles, was an immensely influential classical Greek philosopher, student of Socrates, teacher of Aristotle, writer,