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This week in the Great Books Project we come within a whisker of our 5,000th page of Imaginative Literature and 3,500th page of Science and Mathematics. That seems like a pretty good way to ring in the new year! Here … Continue reading
[This post contains spoilers. Consider yourself warned.] I love J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Hobbit. I read it for the first time when I was six years old and have returned to it many times over the years. I still have a … Continue reading
To observe Christmas this week in the Great Books Project, I’m sandwiching in something seasonally appropriate between the irreverence of Fielding and Cervantes. I think you’ll like it (unless, of course, you’re a philistine!). Here are the readings for the … Continue reading
I can’t put it off any longer. Dust off that suit of armor in your closet, because it’s time to open Cervantes. Here are the readings for the coming week: Tom Jones by Henry Fielding, Book XII (GBWW Vol. 37, … Continue reading
When was the last time I went exactly seven days between Great Books posts? I have no idea, to be honest. Nevertheless, we completed 16,500 pages last week and continue our journey through the Great Conversation. Here are the readings … Continue reading