My Blog Week: July 29 to August 4

My Blog Week: July 29 to Aug 4All the Latest from Torsade!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My Blog Week: July 29 to August 4

Cartoon of the Week: Croatoan

 

 


 

In Sunday’s A Figure from the Common Lot: The House of Gremot (part four), Honoré recalls his reunion with his true wife, and learns something of the false one. Monday, a poem, “Friendly Maude McKinley”; Tuesday, the start of a new novella, Celebrated: the story of a happenstantial plagiarist. Wednesday, the ninth episode of The Folly‘s German Spy arc, with Agnes redeemed from prison for the purpose of undercover work, trained to target Lord Atherleigh. Thursday, the latest segment of Catastrophe, a local newspaper’s account of Saint-Pierre’s disaster from the viewpoint of Fort-de-France’s safer residents. Friday, a fresh Assorted Opinions, “Uneasily Enthused”, on the topic of punctuation. Friday also, the twenty-seventh Hammersmith; Saturday, the twenty-eight. This coming week, a fresh chapter of Hammersmith, “Night Maneuvers”, debuts Friday.
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: July 29 to Aug 4

 

A Figure from the Common Lot: The House of Gremot (part four)
July 29

The Economist: Invasion of the bodysnatchers

 

Friendly Maude McKinley (poem)
July 30

Poets.org: Wallace Stevens, “Lunar Paraphrase”

 

Celebrated (part one)
July 31

The Guardian: Plagiarism: in the words of someone else…

 

Men (second): ninth German Spy
August 1

Poetry Foundation: Louis Aragon, “Petit Suite Sans Fil”

 

La Catastrophe de la Martinique: sixteen
August 2

New Advent: The Feast of the Ascension

 

Assorted Opinions: Uneasily Enthused
August 3

Quick and Dirty Tips: Kurt Vonnegut’s famous semicolon advice was taken out of context… 

 

 


 

New Old Posts

 

Private Enterprise: Hammersmith (twenty-seven)
August 3

Smithsonian: Sugar Masters in a New World

 

Fleeing and Eluding: Hammersmith (twenty-eight)
August 4

Pinterest Board: Hammersmith

 

 

 

 

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