Sunday, July 26, 2020

BW30: Miscellaneous Book Musings

A cup of tea and thee,
on a gadabout, a roundabout adventure. 
Let's walk and talk and muse,
About the day, the past, the future.
With a miscellany of essays,
Fictional and fun.
Cheers to Flufferton, 
Frissons of delight and
Fantastical creatures. 
No telling what we'll find,
To fill our minds
When we roam, ramble, and read
whatever comes to light. 

Today we celebrate the birth of George Bernard Shaw, Aldous Huxley, Andre Maurois, Anwar Chairil, Ana MarĂ­a Matute Ausejo, and Lawrence Watt Evans.

Literary Musings

On Jane Austen’s Politics of Walking

An Illustrated Love Letter to Gardening

How literary censorship inspired creativity in Victorian writers

Why are we so interested in Historians?

T. S. Eliot, The Art of Poetry No. 1

The Rise of Science Fiction from Pulp Mags to Cyberpunk

What is your literary Waterloo?

How to Judge a Book by it's cover.

Have fun following rabbit trails!

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