For a Few Shoulders More (Enna III)

The church of Santissimo Salvatore can trace its origins to 1261 (though it's been rebuilt since then) and so its lack of size is compensated for by being one of the town's oldest and most important churches, and in so far as many christians see the church as being the people who attend rather than … Continue reading For a Few Shoulders More (Enna III)

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Back so soon Persephone?

After the thick mists which regularly obscured Watership Down at dawn last week, it felt as if, following an unusually warm summer, we were in for a more Keatsian autumn.  The trees and bushes are bent under the weight of abundant fruit, the leaves redden, and days grow shorter. The ancient Greeks (and several other … Continue reading Back so soon Persephone?