Still awake, not sure why. So working. Finished Cooper, finally, started Tennyson. I just have a few poems here -- well, except that Idylls of the King
is rather long. But Break, Break, Break
aren't bad. I'm having some trouble with Break...
-- it's a lament for the death of his friend, Arthur Hallam -- I know that much, but I'm having trouble coming up with anything else to say about it. Poetry drives me crazy; I just don't know how to analyze it properly. I could maybe make an argument that the happiness of the sailor kids is class-based...but I'm just not buying it. There must be something more substantial worth saying...help?
(In other news, Tim Pratt is doing Excalibur, and Karen is doing Morgause as well :-).