Tag Archives: Dorothy L. Sayers

Libraries: Treasure Boxes – Part Two

Libraries: Treasure Boxes – Part One Texas Libraries Houston Public Library When my family moved to Houston when I was sixteen, it meant becoming familiar with a new library system. The Houston Public Library has a number of branch libraries, … Continue reading

Posted in Personal | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment

The Mysteries of Pi

I’d actually meant to write this post in order to upload it on March 14. But I got distracted yesterday, and so missed that boat. But I figured I would go ahead and post it anyway. After all, it’s not … Continue reading

Posted in Personal | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

The Aristocracy of Numbers

(Originally posted on LiveJournal) I’m just indulging in musing on certain types of numbers, here. These are not reflections of great research, comparative study, or objective consideration. What I have to say springs entirely from a subjective view point. What … Continue reading

Posted in Personal | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

New Article Posted – Harriet in Rehearsal

The newest of the articles on the website is a paper I wrote on Dorothy L. Sayers‘ The Nine Tailors. It allowed me to explore a supposition I had about how Sayers viewed her Harriet Vane character. I hadn’t run … Continue reading

Posted in Papers | Tagged , , | Leave a comment