Finished Wodehouse's Money in the Bank a day or two ago. It was pretty good. Several characters appeared that are in at least one other Wodehouse novel, the hero and heroine were decent, if not stellar and Lord Uffenham was amusing. Romantically, everything worked out in the end, but not all the problems were solved … Continue reading Bank on it.
Since it's a New Criterion day, it seems, I'll link to another post. The announcement of the event you can skip since it's already gone by (and was in New York), but scroll down and read the poem. It's one of the rare poems that I enjoy. A rather moving piece, I think.
For those who are not political junkies, you may have missed the recent dust-up following the publication of a book by Dinesh D'Souza. D'Souza is, for those of my readers who do not know, a conservative writer and scholar well-known for his association in his youth with The Dartmouth Review and later with he Heritage … Continue reading Fight! Fight!
Interestingly, both of the related adjectives are listed as obsolete and rare, but this word is not. A fun little word, don't you think?abditoryA hidden or withdrawn place, a concealed repository.