But for now, what am I? Well, as Dr. Franklin says on Babylon 5, I'm alive. But I'm also still a student--I suppose I always will be--and I now hold three BAs: Classics, English, and history. I'll be off to England for grad school in Classics this fall. But aside from English literature and ancient stuff, I'm also interested in musicals, the American Revolutionary era, science fiction, MBTI, and a myriad of other tangentially related things.
Heh, I guess that doesn't really help if I were faced with a Vorlon or their Inquisitor and asked, "Who are you?" Then again, I'm not sure most of us could answer that question satisfactorily within the confines of language.
Of course, this does remind me that I should probably change my bio on this blog.
Anyway, that was my long-winded of saying that I'm back. Expect a review of The Helmet of Horror by Victor Pelevin soon.
And if anyone's in Chicago at the moment or soon, I do suggest a visit to the Field Museum of Natural History. I missed the King Tut exhibit (I guess you have to call ahead), but they have a wonderful ancient Egypt exhibit that doesn't cost any extra also. And if you're in the D.C. area, Homo Edax tells us rather enthusiastically that the National Gallery of Art has a lovely exhibit of Bellini, Titian, and Giorgione.