The Medka (with reference to In the Eye of the Wild)

Relevant to Dante:
     Dante & Petrarch (Two quotes)
     I wonder where the lost have gone
     The (Other) Girl Next Door
     Dante’s “Roundabout” to Beatrice
     Dante’s Prayer
     Journeying on Guryon
     From Black Ship to Ferry to Never Home Again
     The False Counselor
     The Prisoner

Love and “The Sick Rose”

On Reading Flaubert’s Madame Bovary: Fragments (poem)

“Overflow” by Michael Reeves: Book Review

On Prufrock Reading His Love Song (a palinode on T. S. Eliot’s The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock)

Reflections on an Un-Natural Decay (on Hilary Mantel’s The Mirror and the Light)

Who Will Deliver Me From This Body of Death? (on The Understudy by K.D. Azariah-Kribbs)

Well Met, Jude: Mann & Mantel

Absent in the Spring (Shakespeare, Agatha Christie, Job, & Luke)

Freedom in Chains (a brief look at Dylan Thomas’s “Fern Hill”)

Dickens Considered in Media Res (poem on reading Our Mutual Friend)

“Ransom. Ransom. Ransom. Ransom. Ransom.” (on C. S. Lewis’s Perelandra)

God’s Silence & Endo’s “Silence”

Love and Poesy (on Dylan Thomas, Shakespeare, Psalm 139)

On Faulkner’s Absalom, Absalom! (poem)

A Study in Scarlett & Tolstoy

Where All Books Lead

A Fool and the Truth (on an Isaac Bashevis Singer short story)

Seamus Heaney – A Writer’s Poet

Only a Christian Writer Can Write True Horror (on Dostoevsky’s Notes from the Underground)

Thoughts from John Bunyan

On the Bible: A Compass, a Guide, the Revelation of God

When October Goes (on a Johnny Mercer song and Dylan Thomas’s “Poem in October”)

Augustine on Approaching God

From William Blake’s Press: “The Clod and the Pebble”

Our Lord Has Come!/Come, Lord!

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