Thank you for this. I've been following the heartfelt
descriptions of the loss those who knew him have felt, regretting that I
never met him. One link led me to
his students' assessments and a picture of him. And now
I've read his own words and am grateful for them. Again, thank you so much
for this link.
I have every intention of using some of his suggestions for
a "Classic Books" book group I"m responsible for and
think he might have enjoyed my file name for them: Kiskislist.
Feeling sympathy for his mourners' loss, but grateful
for what I've heard,
On Mon, May 9, 2011 at 12:32 PM, John Bird <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> A bit of searching turned up a very fine blog that Michael has been keeping
> for some time:
> True to his form, I don't think he told the Mark Twain Forum about it--if
> did, I missed it. Since most posts have "0 comments" and there are only
> about five followers, I suspect he did not publicize the blog. In any case,
> interesting, thoughtful, provocative reading, much of it about Mr. Mark
> Twain. And much about Mr. Michael Kiskis, too...
> John Bird
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Arianne Laidlaw A '58