Thoughts, now with Organization

July 20, 2012 § 1 Comment

Sorry there hasn’t been much activity on the blog this week.  My car broke down just after I agreed to house-sit for my mom in the suburbs, so I’ve been spending an extra hour on my bike every day—which is fun but also eats into my writing time.  I have, though, managed to organize the half dozen posts I’ve written on The Uses of Humor in Literature over the past three months into a single page.  Hopefully, this will make them easier to follow, as I initially conceived them as a single thought but ended up breaking them up to fit on the blog.  Just click the page link to the left–and relive the magic all over again.

And since this is sort of a milestone for the blog, I’m celebrating with this picture of The Oldest Jokes in the World’s patron saint, G.K. Chesterton.

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