Reading Roundup

The Korrektiv Summer Reading Klub (KSRK)

Stages on Life’s Way: Studies by Various Persons, by Søren Kierkegaard; edited and translated with introduction and notes by Howard V. Hong and Edna H. Hong. Princeton University Press, 1988.

With Summer officially ending next Wednesday at midnight, the following is a roundup of KSRK progress so far. We are on a pace to finish the book in early spring, just in time to start the next KSRK book (which will either be The Purposeless, Driven Life or Madonna’s latest picturebook).

  • Introductory Remarks

    “In Vino Veritas”

  • Indigestion: “In Vino Veritas”
  • Confounding Quintilian
  • Lickerish Voluptuaries

    “Reflections on Marriage”

  • Review and Initial Reflections on “Reflections”
  • Quintilian embarks on “Reflections on Marriage”
  • Corns, or The Husband as Humorist
  • Her Heart Beats for Me
  • More from Quintilian
  • Mother Love
  • The Weaker Sex
  • Resolution
  • Q’s Late Night Thoughts on Reflection
  • The Exception
  • Friday Mailbag (KSRK Kustomer Service Dept.)

    “Guilty?”/”Not Guilty?”

  • What if everyone in Spokane, WA read Stages on Life’s Way?
  • Read on, summer readers!
  • Comments

    1. Jonathan Webb says

      If everyone in Spokane read STAGES ON LIFE’S WAY there would be more lemonade and go-to-meetin’ picnics.

    2. Jonathan Webb says

      The girls would kiss a little bit sweeter.

    3. Jonathan Webb says

      The days would last a little bit longer.

    4. Jonathan Webb says

      I mean stronger.

    5. Jonathan Potter says

      Someone informed me that summer didn’t actually end until three o’clock Thursday afternoon.

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