Archive for April, 2015

Blog #172: Allusions and Mrs. Dalloway and Ulysses and a Marvell

TweetList of Matremoirs List of Patremoirs Children of Writers Like Marvell upon melons, I keep stumbling upon allusions, and my mind keeps creating “far other worlds.” This time the allusion resides in “the man who scratched on the wall of his cell.” Researching and thinking about the importance of Richardson’s Clarissa, I read Leslie Stephen’s [...]

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Blog #171: Exhuming More Hume in To the Lighthouse

TweetList of Matremoirs List of Patremoirs Children of Writers When I view this table and that chimney, nothing is present to me but particular perceptions, which are of a like nature with all the other perceptions. This is the doctrine of philosophers. But this table, which is present to me, and the chimney, may and [...]

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