Tag Archives: Greek

Sculpture Saturday

Saturday Sculpture encourages bloggers to share photos of any and all kinds of sculptures. To join, you need to: 1. Share a photo of a sculpture on your blog. 2. Link or ping back here to No Fixed Plans, the … Continue reading

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Cee’s Black and White Challenge

Beginning with B or W Each week Cee challenges bloggers to share black and white photos based on a theme. This week we’re challenged to share photos of things that begin with B or W. Lots of great possibilities. What … Continue reading

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Word of the Week

prosopopoeia (n.) – personification, as in inanimate objects Origin You can charge a lot for a learned Greek word like prosopopoeia, a term in rhetoric meaning “personification, as of inanimate things; imaging an absent or dead person as speaking or acting.” Prosopoeia is … Continue reading

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Great Books: The Symposium

Here Spenser Klavan discusses Plato’s The Symposium with Michael Knowles. I read the The Symposium in college, but want to reread it now. It’s a rollicking book that’s part wild party and part philosophical discussion.

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