Update – I’ve been a bit lazy

Dear all,

Let me start with an apology. I’ve been dreadful after my little spurt the other week and haven’t done anything on the site. I promise to be more attentive soon, but it will have to wait a week as I am off to see my wife and baby bump for a week on Friday.

In my defence I have had a few bits and pieces going on at work, have started going back to the gym (long overdue) and have been engrossed by the AFC Futsal Championship (go Uzbekistan!).

Anyway, I will try to get on to respond to comments within 24 hours or so, but if you are desperately waiting for the new AS analysis to be posted you’ve got a fortnight or so to go. I may sneak in an edit of Sons, Departing after being informed I have missed the obvious!

Cheers,

Mr Sir

Author: Mr Sir

Although I've only been teaching Literature since 2011 and did my degree in History, I think that makes me better placed than many Lit teachers to provide notes that make sense and aren't garbled and wrapped up with inaccessible terminology and effluent nonsense. After adventures in Uganda and Uzbekistan, I am now settling down in the Netherlands. However, currently I am just about as unsettled as I have ever been, with a new job, a new baby, a new country and a hundred other things going on! Ask me a question, collaborate or abuse me.

2 thoughts on “Update – I’ve been a bit lazy”

  1. Mr. Sir:
    Please explain Pulse when speaking of poetry. It is unfamiliar to this American; however, I totally comprehend, Pace and Pattern.

    Assistance please…

    1. Hi Jackie,

      Pulse? Have I mentioned pulse before? Point me to the spot and I can explain it in context. However, I suspect, just like the human pulse, it refers to the beat and measure of the poem.

      Hope this helps,

      Mr Sir

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