Follies at Troynovant:
somewhat frivolous or whimsical Ventures,
that is, shiny light-hearted Profundities Cat swept out
which may include a smidgen or leavening of humor
for those who read closely;
listed by Title

About our overlayered structure for this Troy-town maze of cultural stratigraphy — at Troynovant an entry is a review of book or story, of film or reel or soundie, if largely about a particular title; a glance or counterpoint to an article or curiosity is an illuminant; a folly mines a vein of humor, or if more pointed a satire; a memoir is a firsthand reminiscence; a postcard showcases a flat-carded Scene of Passage; a compilation gathers quotations stoking Trains of Thought; otherwise generally an essay.

Against an Assault of Fooles, who would dare not cast a folly?
  


  
Anti-Recipes for Coffee
  Germany
RW Franson

Bluebell Saves the Day
  Me and My Truck and the Mule
  versus the Seaborne Invasion
RW Franson
Bookstore Questions and Answers DG Wills

Cognitive Jury Duty WH Stoddard

Domain Name Bargains
  Alms for Oblivion
RW Franson

Geared Way, Way Down
  A Parable of Efficiency
WR Franson

High School Student Pursing Carrer RW Franson

I Was Ejected from a Spaceship
  Atlas 10-B Orbits the Earth
  San Diego 1958
WR Franson

Jane Austen in the South Seas
  or, Centrifugal versus Centripetal Criticism
RW Franson

Kitchen Romances
  The Constable and the Maid
K Resta

Lovecraft as Astronomer RW Franson

Mr. Bookish Blows His Horn
  The Call to Reading
RW Franson

Places Not for Reading
  Hypothetical Print-Hostile Environments
RW Franson

Schooling by Rubber Hose
  Joetown, West Virginia, circa 1912
PL Monroe

Titles for the Common Words
  Shakespearean Riches in a Little Room
RW Franson

We Threw the Astrolabe at a Badger ...
  Judges' Notes from the Medieval Science Fair
JM Franson,
RW Franson
  

  
[The Garter Inn.]

Frank Ford (to Sir John Falstaff):

Sir, I hear you are a scholar — I will be brief with you — and you have been a man long known to me, though I had never so good means as desire to make myself acquainted with you. I shall discover a thing to you wherein I must very much lay open mine own imperfection; but, good Sir John, as you have one eye upon my follies, as you hear them unfolded, turn another into the register of your own, that I may pass with a reproof the easier, sith you yourself know how easy it is to be such an offender.
William Shakespeare
The Merry Wives of Windsor, 2.2.161-169

  
Astrolabe versus Badger - Kythera of Anevern (mini)

  

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