This week on Vulpes Libris …

Oh yes it will. Patty March 26, 2017

Letting you know that when the URL is clicked on these postings the web reads, “Page not found” Not sure what is the trouble. Not what I would’ve expected! And all the midges will die horrible deaths. Wednesday: Kate babbles about Ladybird books nostalgia at the Museum of English Rural life. This week on Vulpes Libris …

I don’t know what’s happening – meteorologically speaking – anywhere else on the planet, but at the moment as far as Scotland is concerned, the sky is a beautiful shade of azure   – a situation so unusual that everyone is outside staring and pointing and talking excitedly about discarding the long johns a month early …
It won’t last of course: it never does, but while it’s with us we can convince ourselves that THIS year the summer will be warm and balmy and fruitful. None of which, of course, affects the Foxes, since they’re basically nocturnal animals … and this week they have, as usual, cast their literary net very wide – from England to Judaea, in fact:
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Monday: Hilary discovers a literary crossroads in a tiny, lost Norfolk village. Friday: Kirsty returns to the Judaean Desert with The Very Short Introduction to the Dead Sea Scrolls. Related

3 comments on “This week on Vulpes Libris …”

elizabethmaddenlitblog March 26, 2017

And last weekend you had snow! But I love it! Dacian March 26, 2017

Indeed it has been an amazing weather lately! Share this:TwitterFacebookPinterestEmailPrintGoogleLike this:Like Loading…