My Blog Week: Oct 21 to Oct 27

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Cartoon of late Roman period follies

Cartoon of the Week: On the Bright Side




It’s the end of week two of Blog Care; I’ve got shy of a hundred posts gone through, and several pages. This Monday’s post was Haunt of Thieves: The Bride; Tuesday, Sequence of Events, with chapter five concluding, Nora Huey collaborating with Horace Gersome, and Van Nest also, less harmoniously. Wednesday, episode two of Calmacott’s Brother; Thursday, La Catastrophe de la Martinique, and the story of Auguste (whom Hess calls Sybaris, whose name was officially Sylbaris), the miraculous prisoner. Then, The Farmer’s Wife, parts one and two, rounded out Friday and Saturday.
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: Oct 21 to Oct 27


Haunt of Thieves: The Bride
October 22

Ancient History Encyclopedia: Etruscan Civilization


Sequence of Events: Rite of Spring (part two)
October 23

Psychology Today: Why Are Redheads More Sensitive


Calmacott’s Brother (part two)
October 24

BBC Magazine: English Expressions Coined in WWI


La Catastrophe de la Martinique: twenty-seven
October 25

The Independent: Dresden bombing 70 years on


The Farmer’s Wife (part one)
October 26

Britannica: Nellie Melba


The Farmer’s Wife (part two)
October 27

Pinterest Board: The Folly




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