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Except for this link to The W. H. Auden Society.
And this comparative table of some European epics (also PDF version).
And these charts of some symmetries in the Iliad.
And this note on an unpublished introduction to Gravity’s Rainbow.
And this checklist of the writings of Mstislav Bogdanovich.

And this excerpt from a review by M. D. Aeschliman
in the National Review of my book, Moral Agents:
“Lest anyone suspect Mendelson of filiopietism toward Trilling,
Columbia, or the ‘humanities,’ let it be said that - despite his
own professorship - his portrait of Trilling is very hostile, and
he shows no loyalty to the tradition of the teaching of the
humanities pioneered at Columbia after World War I by
John Erskine (1879-1951) and developed with doggedness
and distinction over the last century by Mark Van Doren,
Trilling, Jacques Barzun, and Edward W. Tayler...”

And these links to a brief history of style and structure in Word,
 source code for DOSBox for text-based applications,
some out-of-date examples of AppleScript and Windows scripting,
WordPerfect for DOS Updated, NoBlink Accelerator,
the SheepShaver Wrapper for OS X, PCL to PDF for Windows and OS X,
Win32 and OS X binaries for GhostPCL, corrected keymapping for Wine in OS X,
wireless networking with a PowerBook 100 (vintage 1991),
and, for historical interest only, Ubuntu Linux on a ThinkPad T42,
and an obsolete method for bouncing lowercase-only e-mail.

And these observations by Virginia Woolf:
“Whether we gain or not by this habit of profuse communication
it is not for us to say.” (Jacob’s Room, 1922)
“The conduct of affairs has passed from the hands of individuals
to the hands of committees.” (“The London Scene,” 1931)
“the present discordant and distracted twitter” (Reviewing, 1939)

And these syllabi and course descriptions for Spring Semester 2015:
Yeats, Eliot, Auden
Literary Humanities (syllabus for my section only)

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