[Milton-L] Facebook Marathon
jamesrovira at gmail.com
Thu Apr 27 09:23:32 EDT 2017
Off-topic, but perhaps helpful. Facebook has a two-step verification option in which whenever you try to log in from a new browser you have to enter a unique code generated by the Facebook app on your phone. That makes it very difficult for people not using your home computer to log in to your account.
Dr. James Rovira
Chair and Associate Prof. of English
200 S. Capitol St.
Clinton, MS 39056
jjrovira at mc.edu
Blake and Kierkegaard: Creation and Anxiety
> On Apr 27, 2017, at 6:11 AM, Nancy Charlton <charltonwordorder1 at gmail.com> wrote:
> I just posted this on my Facebook timeline. It wouldn't copy the link to the Guardian article from the BBC, but I'll send it along in another post in a few minutes.
> I have a lot of friends in Africa and Asia who are very curious and receptive to English poetry, and showed interest in such a group two years ago just before my account was hacked. If anyone here would like to participate, understanding the need to be helpful and encouraging to such folks, and would enjoy a diverse group, please friend me, Nancy B. Charlton. The B. is all-important. The Doppelgänger who hi jacked me may still be out there under my name sans B.
> Anyway, my post:
> "I have read PL many times, including participation in two full length marathon readings. I think there may be things here on Facebook that would facilitate such a reading. I'd like a show of hands: would all who would like to set up a group to do this please reply "Yea" to this message. And feel free to share it.
> "Milton wrote this after having been blind for 20 years. He composed it in his mind, then dictated to his secretaries. These were mainly his daughters, but there were others. This partly explains why it reads so well aloud.
> "This week marks the 350th anniversary of its publication, so it's all the more fitting to do this. Meanwhile, this article is as good as any I've seen.
> Here is the link to the Guardian article:
> Nancy Charlton (with or without the B)
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