Mr Newhouse — 2 Comments

  1. I’ve had something of a fixation of Dark Regions. The places in between and those beyond.
    In the study of Classics the focus tended to Homer, thence to the Histories and on to the Plays. Little if anything on Hesiod. And when Work and Days is treated its the Brother’s life that’s examined, the valley farmer.

    Ireland was Beyond, as were the mountains from the Med to A Coruña. The Alps and Scotland.
    I play with an odd counter historical. Ireland should have gone Presbyterian, everything was right for it, but for England going Episcopalian and us being bloody awkward sods and disliking being Told. Lowery QED

  2. The Basques were extraordinary in their capacity for venturing deep into the beyond of the Atlantic Ocean

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