Yours Affectionately, J.A.

My dear Cassandra,            Your letter came quite as soon as I expected, and so your letters will always            do, because I have made it a rule not to expect them till they come, in which            I think I consult the ease of us both— wrote Jane Austen to her sister in 1798, revealing the author’s … Continue reading Yours Affectionately, J.A.

Behind His Father’s Saying

I have long admired the poetry of Robert Frost; in fact, one of his poems, in particular, is a favorite of mine. No, it's not "The Road Not Taken" or "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening," though both certainly have their merits, but rather is "Mending Wall." I admit that Frost is often a … Continue reading Behind His Father’s Saying