My Blog Week: June 24 to June 30

My Blog Week: June 24 to June 30All the Latest from Torsade!

 

 

 

 

 

 

My Blog Week: June 24 to June 30

Cartoon of the Week: Character Will Tell

 

 


 

Sunday’s A Figure from the Common Lot: Peas in a Pod (part seven) brought Richard to Miss Haws’s table and a meeting with Mr. Horace, the Temperance Fellows’ minister…who introduces into Richard’s life the first word of Gremot. Monday, a poem from Mystery Plays: “That Wrath”. Tuesday, this week’s episode of “Are You Adaptable”, in which Beloye leaves the apartment in frustration to meet Nola for coffee, and ends up again co-opted by Stenner. On Wednesday, the second “Yellow Press”, a mini-bio of William Randolph Hearst. Thursday, La Catastrophe de la Martinique — Hess sifts the ruins, finds artifacts, and sees his first corpse. The Totem-Maker continued Friday, with Cime’s mother playing host to local gossip. Saturday, The German Spy arc of The Folly returned, with “Men (one)”, Agnes’s story of Serna, who brought her into her profession. 
Images on my posts usually have a link to related information (click first image), sometimes serious, sometimes whimsical, sometimes in answer to a direct reference. Since people can be leery about links, I include them here: what they are, what sites they point to.

 


 

My Blog Week: June 24 to June 30

 

A Figure from the Common Lot: Peas in a Pod (part seven)
June 24

BBC History: Isambard Kingdom Brunel

 

Are You Adaptable (part four)
June 26

CNN: As skyscrapers rise, markets fall

 

The Yellow Press: William Randolph Hearst
June 27

American Film Institute: Citizen Kane

 

La Catastrophe de la Martinique: eleven
June 28

Catholic Culture: Mary Garden

 

The Totem-Maker: Jealousy (nine)
June 29

The Public Domain Review: Watercolors from a 16th Century de Materia Medica

 

Men (one): eighth German Spy
June 30

Poets.org: Martha Ronk, “Why knowing is (& Matisse’s Woman with a Hat)

 

 


 

New Old Posts

 

That Wrath (poem)
June 25

Buy Mystery Plays

 

Having a Treat: Hammersmith (seventeen)
June 28

LOC: Labor troubles at Homestead PA (illustration)

 

The St. Bernard Hotel: Hammersmith (eighteen)
June 30

The Huffington Post: The 10 Most Infamous Real-Life Backdoor Political Deals 

 

 

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