Monthly Archives: September 2022
Listen to survivors! Believe survivors. It happened, and must never happen again. To anyone, anywhere.
Lord Of The Flies was another book I studied in school that I actually liked. (I think the only other one was The Chrysalids, a futuristic apocalyptic novel.) But these kids weren’t fictional, and unlike Golding’s band of little sociopaths, they manged things very well. https://tinyurl.com/yakqyo9q How To Survive If You Get Stranded On A […]
One of the few books I studied in school that I actually liked. https://bookanalysis.com/harper-lee/to-kill-a-mockingbird/historical-context/ https://time.com/3947242/life-intro-go-set-a-watchman/
We now have a new Prince of Wales. This one, like many of those before him, is English, but there were Welsh Princes of Wales long before the English Monarch, Edward I, bestowed that title on his heir, the future Edward II. According to legend, the Welsh weren’t especially chuffed about being under English rule, […]
Though I lived in England as a child, I didn’t experience a local royal visit until I was a teenager and our family had moved to British Columbia, Canada. The above picture was taken in Kelowna in 1971. R.I.P., Your Majesty. In the medieval tradition: The Queen is dead. Long live the King. https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/queen-funeral-watch-king-charles-1.6576646 https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/queen-elizabeth-monarchy-wherry-analysis-1.6576628 […]