Posts Tagged “Process”
- Les Mis: Looking Back at the Book
A snarky but affectionate review of Victor Hugo's Les Misérables has made me think about re-reading the novel for the first time in 20 years.
- Valjean sure knows how to pick a hiding place
Continuing my series on re-reading the novel. Valjean and Cosette arrive in Paris, but are soon driven out, pursued by Javert.
- Les Misérables - Reading Digitally and Matching Translations
The Kindle movie tie-in edition of Les Misérables happens to match the version I'm reading. Also, some thoughts on various translations of the book.
- Paper vs. Pixels
I started reading an old paperback, then switched to a Kindle copy 700 pages in. Here's how it's changed my reading (and my commentary workflow).
- Catching Up
With all the traveling this week, I read 160 pages. Fewer
- Finished reading! Now to write…
Achievement unlocked: read Les Misérables...twice!
- The Home Stretch
Last week I finished re-reading Les Misérables. I don’t feel finished yet, because I set myself the challenge of commenting on the whole thing, and I’m way behind on that.
- Getting Back on Track
I've been reading, but not blogging much. So here's my plan to get back on track.
- Switching to Eleventy
I converted this blog from WordPress to Eleventy, a static site generator that should make the site both faster and easier to maintain.
- Now on Gemini
I've added a version of this site that runs on Gemini, an ultra-light protocol that's somewhere between a souped-up Gopher and a stripped-down Web.
I'm retiring the @ReadingLesMis Twitter account. It's been a long run. This blog is sticking around, though!