I finished my section on noting the songs in the book of Revelation as a precedent for having songs that can convey apocalyptic content, which is what I'm arguing in my Apocalyptic Literature paper is the case with the Odes of Solomon, and I'm well into my examination of the apocalyptic content of the Odes themselves, although I think I'll be a touch short of finishing tonight. If I'm not exhausted tomorrow after Nouvelle théologie and the Augustine seminar, I think I can knock if off then.
Looking ahead to the new apartment, I'll have to replace 195 inches of built-in shelving here that I'll lose for my books, and probably double that to absorb the numbers piled up on the tables and chairs, and to be able to shelve all my old pulp Star Trek and Star Wars novels, which are currently packed and buried. I think I've found some solid-wood shelves at IKEA (Leksvik is the name of the style) that will work. I'd like to not get particleboard shelves that will eventually begin to sag, but rather the real thing. My new apartment is currently my favourite fantasy.