“Food beyond compare, food beyond . . .

Belief.”  And we know not what goes in the mincer of the innkeeper, Thénardier, in Les Misérables.  The innkeeper cooked the goose in more ways than one.  From Victor Hugo’s masterpiece came the musical Les Misérables, performed this past weekend by local high school students.  We checked out our next-door neighbor’s performance.  Great job, fair bishop!  On my bookshelf, an English translation of this piece of literature which was begun in 1845 and completed when Hugo was living in exile.   Victor Hugo, 1802-1885.     

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2 responses to ““Food beyond compare, food beyond . . .

  1. Cindy says “It’s about time she gets to see your work!” When she gets home she will attack the computer, check out the blog and follow-up on your progress.

  2. cookerycontent

    The door is always open.

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