AND NOW---FROM 2010 THROUGH 2021 AT LEAST---THE TOP TEN LITERARY POSTS AT EVERYTHING CROTON:
#1: BY SPECIAL REQUEST AND IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER, AN INDEX TO THE LATE ROBERT SCOTT'S "CHRONICLES OF CROTON'S BOHEMIA" SERIES; click here.
#2: CROTON'S MAX EASTMAN: REFLECTIONS ON THE FAILURE OF SOCIALISM, FASCINATING READ; click here.
#3: ERIC KNIGHT, AUTHOR OF LASSIE AND THIS ABOVE ALL, THE CROTON CONNECTION; click here
#4: JOSEPH HELLER, CATCH 22; THE CROTON CONNECTION; click here.
#5: LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE AND HAROLD GRAY, THE CROTON CONNECTION; click here
#6: CROTON'S BEN BOTKIN, 1960, A CIVIL WAR TREASURY OF TALES, LEGENDS AND FOLKLORE; click here.
#7, CROTON DISCOVERED, A LOOK BACK WITH ELISE SASSO, INCLUDES THE MYSERY OF THE LARKIN PLACE SKELETON; click here.
#8: 1975 ARTICLE ABOUT MARY JOSEPHINE D'AVIA's BOOK ON THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE NEW CROTON DAM; click here.
#9: LOUIS A. BRENNAN, A BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO ARCHAEOLOGY; click here#10: CORNELIA COTTON, 10 OUTSTANDING CROTON WOMEN, CROTON FRIENDS OF HISTORY https://everythingcroton.blogspot.com/2017/02/cornelia-cotton-10-outstanding-croton.html
So glad that Robert Scott's posts are included here. He was clever, smart, well-spoken and always very thorough. He also had a rapier wit he did not hesitate to use on local officials when they thought they knew best, and didn't!ReplyDelete