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Re: Introduce Yourself Here!

Hi, Skygoddess!  I'm Redcatlady -- Melissa in the BNU days.  What, if any classes did you take here, and have you saved any of them?



For everybody else -- when are we doing Beowulf?



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Registered: ‎11-22-2006
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Re: Introduce Yourself Here!

We'll be doing Beowulf starting in a week or so.  I have the first posting already posted...

Dignity, always dignity.
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Re: Introduce Yourself Here!

Hi all!!!


I have read

  • The Illiad
  • The Odyssey
  • The Aeneid
  • Inferno
  • Anna Karenina
  • Don Quixote

and a bunch more!!


I'm always open to recommendations. Are the companions to Inferno as good?