Archive for March, 2017

Blog #199: A Tragic Digression On A To the Lighthouse Approach

Blog #199: A Tragic Digression On A To the Lighthouse Approach

Tweet One of the best things about research is making unexpected discoveries. The discoveries are not always directly useful, yet for the researcher they can be valuable and deeply moving. This is the story of one such discovery. With the help of AbeBooks, I’ve just obtained a copy of The Life and Letters of Leslie [...]

Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

Blog #198: Of Seals and Walruses in To the Lighthouse

TweetI read a great deal, I say: all the big books I have read I have read in the country. Besides this I write—with greater ease, at times, than ever in London. But the books are the things that I enjoy—on the whole—most. I feel sometimes for hours together as though the physical stuff of [...]

Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »