My Blog Week: July 15 to July 21

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Sunday’s “The House of Gremot” (part two), had Honoré learning no daydream could do justice to his American relatives, and that he must depend on Ebrach even in this, the making of himself acceptable to his own family. On Monday, “The Cook” part three; Tuesday, a new poem, “Like Hell”. Wednesday, chapter three of The Totem-Maker began. In “I Am the Cause”, the character loses a friend and resolves on a course. Thursday’s segment of La Catastrophe de la Martinique, carries on the story told by Dr. Guérin. Friday, the flash fiction piece, “Peckish” was run again, and on Saturday, the twenty-fourth Hammersmith, “A Novelty Act”, with a cheerful le Fontainebleau recounting some of his techniques. 
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My Blog Week: July 15 to July 21


A Figure from the Common Lot: The House of Gremot (part two)
July 15

Alexis de Tocqueville: Some reflections on American manners


Like Hell (poem)
July 17 Paola Capó-Garcia, “Poem in Which I Use Only Vowels”


The Totem-Maker: I Am the Cause (part one)
July 18

Britannica: Aeschylus’s ‘The Eumenides’


La Catastrophe de la Martinique: fourteen
July 19

American Museum of Natural History: Expedition to a Modern Pompeii





New Old Posts


The Cook: part three (poem)
July 16

Buy Mystery Plays


View Halloo: Hammersmith (twenty-three)
July 19

The Guardian: Top 10 Chases in Literature


Flash Fiction: Peckish
July 20

Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: The Moral Status of Animals


A Novelty Act: Hammersmith (twenty-four)
July 21

Mental Floss: Odd Acts of the Vaudeville Era




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