Poem to read: Longfellow, "The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls"
Paraphrasing an essay of Francis Bacon: "Of Expense."
Latin: Our Roman Roots, Lesson VI.
Ourselves Book II, The Function of Will & The Scope of Will.
How to Read a Book: Judging the Author's Soundness.
Continue Fierce Wars and Faithful Loves.
Continue The Merchant of Venice. Bassanio has won Portia, but Antonio is in trouble.
Continue Perelandra. Ransom has a long story to tell about his space trip.
English history: one chapter to read alone, and half of another with me.
Jean Sibelius, Symphony Number Four: second of two weeks, and next week we will start our second composer of the term, Ralph Vaughan Williams.
Something new: start the science biography The Seashell on the Mountaintop.
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