Category Archives: Literature

Life, Love, People and God

My book: Life, Love, People and God is available on Click here to order a copy It is comprised of poetry and essays written over the past fifty years by myself, a lifelong student of parliamentary procedure and political … Continue reading

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Thank you for visiting my blog, an accumulation of over forty years of essays and poetry.   I hope you take the time to explore it using the menu above, and welcome comments here, or personal emails.  Thank you again. Louis … Continue reading

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Where Will I be in Fifteen Years?

Where will I be in fifteen years? You sure ask complex questions. I can’t exactly pin it down, But here’s a few suggestions:

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Her Name was Katie

Katie, was a cashier at the local supermarket in a town where I once lived in upstate New York. She was in her late twenties, still just a girl, as any of the ladies in their forties will tell you. … Continue reading

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Their Hands Upon the Ropes: A Look at E.M Forster’s “Howards End”

Within the first twenty-eight chapters of the novel, Howards End, by E.M.Forster, the author employs six variations of the idiomatic expression “hands upon the ropes” in connection with the two sisters, Margaret and Helen Schlegel, Leonard Bast, and Henry Wilcox, … Continue reading

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