Saturday, August 22, 2009

The Reformation of Wolfshausen

Teil Drei-und-Dreizig
To hear my old man bear witness to the events of 1524, click on Huldrych Zwingli at right.





To read this week's episode, click on Thomas Münzer, as played by Robert Blake.





The story so far is here.

6 comments:

Ariel the Thief said...

I was suspicious but then I enjoyed it a lot. The three men and their conversation in the cold dawn, the sleeping giant, and then there were those paragraphs I didn't understand but I loved to spend time with Heinrich in the dairy, warm cow bellies and pleased cow necks, the wonderful in January is that everything is behind and everything is ahead. Congratulations, Doug!

"a sleeping man's prayer" - wow, this is beautiful.

Ariel the Thief said...

(Cannot listen just now, will do that later.)

Doug said...

Ariel, one thing I really miss about farm life is the warmth of a cow's belly on a cold morning. "a sleeping man's prayer" was meant to be funny, but I'll settle.

Hobbes said...

I am surprised, but not unhappy, to be encountering seemingly new developments.

Doug said...

Hobbes, I am flustered to be encountering new developments. Hopefully it will straighten out before too long.

Ariel the Thief said...

This slow reading is what Ariel enjoys the best. *curles up with a pillow* Let's ignore the phone!