"The discovery of the alphabet will create forgetfulness in the learners' souls, because they will not use their memories; they will trust to the external written characters and not remember of themselves... You give your disciples not truth but only the semblance of truth; they will be heroes of many things, and will have learned nothing; they will appear to be omniscient and will generally know nothing." --Plato, Phaedrus 

 

Michael Patrick Foight

Special Collections and Digital Library Coordinator

Villanova University

Falvey Memorial Library

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Words The Archaic English Project Social Security  
Death Index
Hazlitt's Essays Glossa : a latin dictionary Dictionary of Phrase and Fable Dictionary of the History of Ideas Perseus Project The Modern World "It is a treadmill, squirrel-trap culture -- drugged and frenzied with the hasheesh of industrial servitude and material luxury. It is wholly a material body-culture, and its symbol is the tiled bathroom and steam radiator rather than the Doric portico and the temple of philosophy." --H.P. Lovecraft.  
Silva Rhetoricae
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MSNBC J.R.R. Tolkien Quotes
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Lapham's Quarterly Oral Tradition
"Do not hold as gold all that shines as gold" 
--Alain de Lille, Parabolae
The Jolly Roger Phaedrus Paul Morphy Index Public Shelter Switchboard Glossary of Rhetorical Terms  

"Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering. I sense much fear in you."

Yoda.

 
NUTTALL ENCYCLOPAEDIA edited by the Rev. James Wood. Progressive Librarian Hakim Bey and Ontological Anarchy W.B. Yeats Discography
Voice of the Shuttle Unknown News Labyrinth Lord Tennyson Thomas Gray Archive Everyman's Library Golden Age of Iron Men  
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PA's Past : Digital Books Thomas Paine National Historial Association Brewer's Dictionary of Phrase and Fable (1894) What does the future hold?TP Digital History Library of America SourceWatch
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"Cool things become warm, the warm grows cool; the wet dries, the parched becomes wet."--Heraclitus Trendwatching.com Something Awful Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
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Paul Graham Christinger Tomer "Has any of you gentlemen an explanation of the missing quart of strawberries?"--Captain Queeg Cultures of the Book Technological or Media Determinism Nicholas Negroponte
"Heaven is our heritage, Earth but a player's stage; Mount we unto the sky."--Thomas Nashe, A litany in the time of plague The World as Blog Computer-Mediated Communication Magazine Hobbes' Internet Timeline Scholarly Electronic Publishing Bibliography Journal of Memetics
Bartley Business Information Center / Virtual Reading Room Neil Gaiman "Men thought it a region of sunshine and rest, And they called it Hy-Brasail, the isle of the blest."--Gerald Griffin, Hy-Brasail Ethics and the Internet Digital History : Links Netsurfer Digest Resource Shelf First Monday
Cryptome "See how ignorant you are of your own self; there is no land so distant or so unknown to you, nor one about which you will so easily believe falsehoods."

Guigo, Meditations (circa 1110-1116)
"Know the power of the Dark Side, Anakin.…" —Palpatine. Digital Library@Villanova

 

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"In the world I see -- you're stalking elk through the damp canyon forests around the ruins of Rockefeller Center. You will wear leather clothes that last you the rest of your life. You will climb the wrist-thick kudzu vines that wrap the Sears Tower. You will see tiny figures pounding corn and laying-strips of venison on the empty car pool lane of the  ruins of a superhighway." - Tyler Durden, Fight Club Kevin's Crash Course in Unix
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"A book is a loaded gun in the house next door.  Burn it.   Take the shot from the weapon.  Breach man's mind." - Captain Beatty.   Fahrenheit 451

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Philadelphia Yearly Meeting Abington Monthly Meeting Quaker FAQ Swarthmore Peace Collection
Journal of Quaker History Magic Ritual, and Witchcraft Logos Catholic Historical Review
 
 

Maudlin Wonderment

 

"I am glad you are here with me. Here at the end of all things, Sam." -- J.R.R. Tolkien
 

Gott erhalte Franz den Kaiser

Home Before The Leaves Fall

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Dictionary of Victorian London

Cat Meat's Shop

Victorian Poetry Database of Mid-Victorian Illustration
 
Neil Gaiman Austro-Hungarian Empire SurLaLune Fairy Tales Marvels and Tales The anatomy of Melancholy
"I've got it, the disease. Love. You're better off without it, and I'm better off without mine. This vessel, I give, she takes. She won't permit me my life. I've got to live hers." -- Kirk Swanwick Victorian Studies "I feel thin, sort of stretched, like butter, scraped over too much bread."
- Bilbo Baggins on the occasion of his 111st Birthday

 
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Medieval and Late Antiquity and Early Modern

 

Essays in Medieval Studies PIMS Tolkien Studies Parergon
Speculum
Medieval Academy of America
 

Journal of Late Antiquity

Centre from Medieval Studies
See the Sea  

 

Naval Social History

 

 

Naval history of Great Britain
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