Just for the sake of my own records, here’s what I’ve read recently:
- Sir Thomas Browne, Hydriotaphia, Chapter I, (unfinished)
- Samuel Johnson, “The Life of Sir Thomas Browne”
- C.S. Lewis, The Discarded Image, Chapter I, “The Medieval Situation,” (unfinished)
- C.S. Lewis, A Preface To Paradise Lost, Chapters I–VI
- I. Epic Poetry
- II. Is Criticism Possible?
- III. Primary Epic
- IV. The Technique of Primary Epic
- V. The Subject of Primary Epic
- VI. The Style of Secondary Epic
- C.S. Lewis, Reflections On The Psalms, Chapter III, “The Cursings”
- John Milton, Paradise Lost, Books IV-V, (unfinished)
- Miguel de Unamuno, Our Lord Don Quixote: The Life of Don Quixote and Sancho with Related Essays, “Glosses on Don Quixote”
Unfortunately I’m exhausted and can’t be troubled to wake my brain up enough to retrace my reading in this blog. I know this will come as a shocking blow to my legions of impatient adherents. So sorry. You may flog me lightly.