the world of words had a glamour and wonder

In reading The Classical Trivium by Marshal McLuhan, I’ve appreciate much about it, including his idea that the patterns of grammar are grounded in the patterns of the physical creation and that both the worlds of language and creation provide rich and myriad symbols pointing to “the creative Trinity” (36). See this passage for exampleContinue reading “the world of words had a glamour and wonder”

a chirruping twang

I’ve been exposed to some of┬áPrince Caspian this week. Here Lewis recognizes the powerful little connections between our worlds of memory and the simplest sounds or smells. Archery and swimming were the things Susan was good at. In a moment she had bent the bow and then she gave one little pluck to the string.Continue reading “a chirruping twang”