Two weeks ago, I started a new site dedicated to observations and great quotes from Russian novels. Here’s the latest entry. https://greatbooks4communicators.wordpress.com/
No nation produces better novels than Russia. It isn’t even close. Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, Pasternack, Chekhov, Nabakov, Solzhenitsyn, Turgenev, these are men whose greatest books are worthy of being read multiple times and who have enraptured the imagination of millions all over the world. Crime and Punishment and the Brothers Karamozov by Dostoevsky are filled with such … More The Lies We Tell Ourselves
It was a lazy Sunday afternoon at the Schoenleber household today and my bride and I took the time to watch the 1948 version of Anna Karenina. Which led me to the following discovery. There have been . . . at least 18 different movie versions two theater productions nine operas four ballets and one radio production. Amazing. But … More On the Watching of Old Films
Sunday Musings I was at it again Saturday, asking embarrassing questions of restaurant personnel while with a friend. JimmyJohns in Big Rapids, MI was the site this time and my somewhat shocked friend was the son of my pastor friend in Michigan who I am filling in for while he is away on a much … More What Will You Do with Today?