May 19, 2002

Reading old poetry

From there I was moved to read some Coleridge. (Since the big crash, I tell everyone to back up their data, and a friend today compared me to the ancient mariner.) And then for fun I found some A.E. Housman, in order to read the lines surrounding the old favorites:

...malt does more than Milton can
to justify God's ways to man.

(And if I'd had beer and not coffee after dinner, I'd be asleep by now...)

Posted by EGP at May 19, 2002 11:29 PM
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I don't know... Wish I could be of more help. I generally turn to a reference librarian with questions like this, after the web resources come up empty. They have ways of finding out all kinds of things.

Posted by: EGP at October 1, 2003 8:21 AM