August 31st, 2019

Book Nook Used Books Haul



Book Nook Used Books Haul

'Esther Stories' short stories by Peter Orner

'History Of The Synoptic Tradition' by Rudolf Bultmann

'The Life of John Berryman' biography by John Haffenden

'Edwin Arlington Robinson: A Poet's Life' biography by Scott Donaldson

'Frida Kahlo 1907-1954' biography Art Book by Andrea Kettenmann

'Six Plays By Lillian Hellmann'

'Literary Trips-Following in the Footsteps of Fame' Editor: Victoria Brooks

'Life Of A Poet: Rainer Maria Rilke' biography by Ralph Freedman

'Dreams In The Mirror: A Biography Of E. E. Cummings' by Richard S. Kennedy

'Fifty Years Borzoi Books 1915-1965: A Retrospective Collection Selected with an Introduction and Commentaries' by Clifton Fadiman
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    contemplative contemplative

Thrift Store Used Books Haul



Thrift Store Used Books Haul

'Bernice Abbott: A Life in Photography' biography by Julia Van Haaften

'Twilight of the Belle Epoque: The Paris of Picasso, Stravinsky, Proust, Renault, Marie Curie, Gertrude Stein, and Their Friends through the Great War' biography by Mary McAuliffe

'Stalin' biography by Edvard Radzinksy

'Trickster Makes This World: Mischief, Myth, and Art' by Lewis Hyde

'Strange News from Another Star And Other Tales' by Hermann Hesse

'The Hunchback Of Notre-Dame' a novel by Victor Hugo

'A Fraction of the Whole' a novel by Steve Toltz

'Beyond Walden: The Hidden History Of America's Kettle Lakes And Ponds' by Robert M. Thorson

'Early Writings: Poems and Prose' Ezra Pound
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    contemplative contemplative

the one who does not return to God is led as utterly captive to Satan

I just realized I have not written anything in my online diaries yet. Where is my head today? I am tired and old. It is 2:13 PM Saturday afternoon here in West Michigan. I watched some college football, but could not stay awake so I turned off the TV and wrote in my paper diary. Carol went to bed to read and to take a nap. I have been reading this afternoon some more of the novel, 'Ducks, Newburyport' by Lucy Ellmann.

I got up this morning around 6:34 AM. When I got up I found Carol in the kitchen preparing food to take to a friend. I got myself a bottle of cold water and sat in our dining room waking up to existence in a dead zone. After waking up somewhat I messed with our main computer and then wrote in my paper diary. After writing in my diary I read some of my Reformation Commentary on Romans 1-8. I filmed two short videos this morning while Carol was out doing errands.

I just remembered when I got up this morning Ollie wanted to go for a walk so I got dressed took for a walk.

So the day has gone by. I plan after I post this diary entry to sit and doze. I will keep reading the novel, 'Ducks, Newburyport" and wait for September 1st to come on a white whale.

Last night we watched college football. When Carol went to bed I turned off the TV and read the new edition of The New Yorker September 2, 2019.

I will close. The mail came and all we got was junk mail.

Ollie
Ollie
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    exhausted exhausted