while I am unaware of who this bennett is the king of ithaca is a king of
the past who gets back after a decade of bad adventures.
it is no coincidence that the king kills all the suitors of his queen, no
matter what they individually did.
it has to be compared to the man who shot liberty valance, after the nth
burst of real violence people ought and could go to fish and their herds
On Wed, Aug 8, 2018 at 10:22 AM david ritchie <profdritchie@xxxxxxxxx>
On Aug 8, 2018, at 5:24 AM, Lawrence Helm <lawrencehelm@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
“Where, exactly?” I asked, and he gave me some complicated directions that
ended in “you can’t miss it.” I followed the directions as best I could
and came to what seemed to be the large blue wall he mentioned, but there
was no motorcycle behind it. Instead was a woman who said she would help
me, but she seemed to be interested in something more in a very flustered
uncomfortable way. I told her I was married and she, extremely
embarrassed, drove off. I never did find my motorcycle, but I woke feeling
refreshed anyway. I put myself to the test and easily remembered Sperenza.
A large blue wall in California? ‘strawdinry idea. And a siren arriving
after the incident too. Lash youself to some handy mast is my best advice.
A propos of nothing: Alan Bennett thinks that Odysseus was a bore and that
growing old with him would be like growing old with Bernard Law Montgomery.
I’ll roll with the idea that tstory telling and dreams may serve some of
the same ends but your example seems to work against the idea that only
pleasant dreams and stories succeed. My mind seems determined of late to
be trying to anticipate a severe shock. Last night’s version was that I
should have to play cricket for England. I pointed out that the last time
I played cricket I was in law school and many of the folk involved were
wearing drag. They seemed to think this wasn’t a sufficient objection.
It’s not too hard to figure out what real shock the story is preparing me