by Catriona Mills

Hieroglyphics

Posted 21 September 2010 in by Catriona

When I wrote these notes—last Wednesday, while invigilating three in-class exams in a row—they were so clever, so insightful, so exactly what I needed to get the article back on track.

Now, six days later, they’re looking horribly like gibberish.

What I need is a Rosetta Stone—only instead of translating Egyptian via Greek, it could translate me via me.

I bet Think Geek sells something like that.

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Drew wrote at Sep 21, 12:12 PM

Something about Agememnon and something about pancakes? Agamemnon’s pancakes, with honey and pecans? Have you discovered the origin of the recipe for baklava? Carried out of the wrack of Ilium on a baker’s back? perhaps?
“What’s Baklava to him or he to Baklava?” Well, I’d forget about Hecuba too if I had baklava.

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