What’s to Come…

I have just added another category called “Famous Last Words”. I am getting the most feedback from the “Quote of the Day” posts so I decided this new category, since similar, would be entertaining as well. I do not suppose I will post them as often as I do the “Quote of the Day”, but their will be at least three a week.

For my more lengthy writing, I have numerous possibilities in my mind. First, I am planning to start blogging about poetry (more metaphysical type poetry hopefully, Ex: John Donne). Here’s a list of the poems I know I will be posting about in the next few weeks:

Ode on a Grecian Urn, John Keats
A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning, John Donne
Departmental, Robert Frost
To His Coy Mistress, Andrew Marvell

Regarding books, I will soon be writing about The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck (one of my favorites). It will not be as long as the post praising F. Scott Fitzgerald, though it will be one of the longer pieces I write (do not worry, I will provide many pictures to spark your interest). After finishing that piece, I have not made up my mind whether to write about the novel Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte, but it is an option. I will not blog about my views of Ulysses by James Joyce just yet (I do not want to lose all my followers so early). Hint: I am not a fan of the book.

So this is what to expect out of my blog in the coming weeks! I hope you enjoy it and PLEASE comment if there is anything you so desire for me to write about. If it is not out of the realm of reality, I will be happy to take up your challenge!

Yours truly,
Samuel Johnson Enthusiast

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