My Blog Week: Oct 29 to Nov 4

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The week began with the fifth installment of A Figure from the Common Lot: Battlefront, in which Honoré, expelled from the French army’s camp, plods along the road and makes important meetings. “Lewis” is a short story for the eerie time of year. In the twenty-first installment of Hammersmith, “What’s the Game”, Aimee has a chance to quiz Curach.
“On Taste: You and Your Peers”, concludes the second part of this series on taste as a measurable quantity, as opposed to a nebulous notion. On November 2, two fresh poems: “The Cat Sprang Up”, and “While We Talk”. “Are You Alienated”, part nine, brings John Emmett back on the scene; and in “Authority Weighs In”, conclusion, Sergeant Herward envies the Ftheorde.
Photos on my posts usually have a link to related information, sometimes serious, sometimes whimsical, sometimes in answer to a direct reference. Since people can be leery about clicking links, I include them here: what they are, what sites they point to.



My Blog Week: Oct 29 to Nov 4


 A Figure from the Common Lot: Battlefront (five)
October 29

Travelzoo: Bubbly, ancient history, and more


Lewis: An October Short Story
October 30

Buzzfeed: The Scariest Things That Ever Happened On Halloween


What’s the Game: Hammersmith (twenty-one)
October 31

Explore PA History: Pennsylvania’s Bosses and Political Machines


On Taste: You and Your Peers
November 1

The Atlantic: A Reader’s Manifesto


A long piece from 2001, by B. R. Myers, still a good read for its humor and observations on a handful of “modern canon” writers.


While We Talk | The Cat Sprang Up
November 2

Psychology Today: Are We All Becoming Pavlov’s Dogs


Are You Alienated (part nine)
November 3

The Atlantic: The Great Retail Apocalypse


Authority Weighs In (conclusion)
November 4

Explorable: Roman roads





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