Monthly Archives: July 2011

Gutenberg 2

The first thing I ever downloaded from Gutenberg (see first paragraph of this earlier post for brief introduction) was, I believe, Letters of George Borrow to the British & Foreign Bible Society. Probably because I was reading a bit of … Continue reading

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Fool’s Gold Part 2

What are you writing? An insoluble dilemma? Not quite. You see you are looking at it from the layman’s point of view. Your vision is restricted if you don’t mind me saying so. Calamity’s hardly the word. He flavoured distractedly … Continue reading

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