Tuesday, January 22, 2008


Aegypt was ultimately abandoned, likely because the allusions to Bruno and Dee grew faint and what was left, the remainder, proved banal. It wasn't bad, simply not what I wanted.

This leads to another set of master questions.

Citizens proved to be an adequate travel book, though Baccus reigned supreme in Pittsburgh. I did rummage through pithy shop near the universities, picked up a few gems -- Carlo Ginzburg and whatnot. I have thought a great deal about the monetary subcurrents of both civil society and revolution. Simon Schama was considerate enough to edify me in that regard. I have decided to read another of the Robertson Davies while on holiday


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