Wed Apr 11 2007 12:50 PST Never the twain shall meet?:
In celebration of the completion of the first draft of a thesis chapter (chapter two, as it turns out), I bring this you tidbit of my thesis (lucky you): "One British officer wrote a "best-selling epic parody of Hiawatha" describing Salonkia:
Tiadatha thought of Kipling, This is perhaps the best description of the atmosphere of the Balkan front: the meeting of east and west, with all the implicit reluctance, cleavages, and connections that such a meeting created."
Wondered if he's ever been there
Thought: At least in Rue Egnatia
East and West are met together.
"One British officer wrote a "best-selling epic parody of Hiawatha" describing Salonkia: