The Real World of Crime & Punishment

  Enjoying the vivid cover from the new translation of Dostoyesvki’s ‘Crime and Punishment’ regarded by The Spectator as a masterpiece. What started out as a post looking at various representations of ‘Crime and Punishment’ over the years, via book covers, has ended up asking what does ‘Crime and Punishment’ and crime and punishment mean for a… Read More The Real World of Crime & Punishment

The Hungry Lawya’s Gourmand Conquest: Tasting Law and Literature in Alabama

Bread for a hungry lawyer is a good thing.  Bread for everybody is better. Can’t do without bread especially crackling bread (crackl’n bread) and corn bread both culinary staples of the ‘Deep South’ (the South).  I hanker for cornbread just like I do frozen Margaritas! Nobody makes frozen Margaritas in Australia like they do in… Read More The Hungry Lawya’s Gourmand Conquest: Tasting Law and Literature in Alabama