Category Archives: Reading

Atonement

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. http://www.hootenanny.com

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,