LITERATURE: Didascalicon

In re-reading the Introduction to The Didascalicon of Hugh of Saint Victor, the thought strikes that I have perhaps asked as a favor of a friend, a reading list that points to some directions in reading to acquire knowledge of reading, something akin to the Didascalicon itself. 

However, since the same friend had recommended this as a starting point a while ago, I shall use it as such.  And this time, with less distraction and a better understanding of purpose.

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2 Responses to LITERATURE: Didascalicon

  1. Mark says:

    Stop following links Susan. Anchor what you have to say and let all ropes cling to you.

  2. susan says:

    It is my nature, Mark, to be adrift. The ports I have come to depend upon supply what I need to navigate the seas.

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