Daily Archives: February 1, 2019

The Roots Of The Mountains: A Missing Piece Of The Puzzle

Sometimes important books do not make their presence obvious.  What if I told you there was a book, a reasonably sized book of about 400 pages of reading that managed to explain three different but interconnected historical mysteries.  One, where … Continue reading

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Why Aren’t They In The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame: Petula Clark

Admittedly, I was not aware of the staggeringly prolific music career of Petula Clark until very recently.  Although this was a singer who had long been suggested by readers as an obvious snub from the Rock & Roll Hall of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Till We Have Faces

Till We Have Faces:  A Novel Of Cupid And Psyche, by C.S. Lewis This is a complicated piece of late fiction by C.S. Lewis and reading it, it is not surprising that such a nuanced work would be his least … Continue reading

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Book Review: Boxen

Boxen:  The Imaginary World Of The Young C.S. Lewis, edited by Walter Hooper As someone who has read a great deal by and about C.S. Lewis, it is perhaps surprising that only now have I gotten to his earliest tales, … Continue reading

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