December 01, 2004

Mid-Week Links

Since I've had a long, frustrating day of research (malfunctioning scanners are not my friend!), here are some mostly non-academic links of the day:

  • Romania used to resist vampire tourism, but now--according to this Washington Post article --the country "takes it stake in the Dracula legend to heart."
  • The New York Review of Books looks at the success of Babar the elephant.
  • The doctor and medical writer Sherwin Nuland, it seems, isn't a very big fan of the TV show House.
  • The Alpine sanatorium immortalized by Thomas Mann's Magic Mountain is about to close, according to this Independent article.
  • The Boston Globe marks the closing of Wordsworth.
  • Joseph Epstein reviews the collected letters of Truman Capote.
  • An English carpenter has a new theory on how Stonehenge was built, according to this Guardian article.

As always, I don't necessarily agree with (or completely like) all the articles I link to.

Posted by Ed at December 1, 2004 08:49 PM


Stake to the heart ... gotta love it.

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