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Short Talk on Major and Minor by Anne Carson


seaeffess:

Major things are wind, evil, a good fighting horse, prepositions, inexhaustible love, the way people choose their king. Minor things include dirt, the name of schools of philosophy, mood and not having a mood, the correct time. There are more major things than minor things overall, yet there are more minor things than I have written here, but it is disheartening to list them. When I think of you reading this, I do not want you to be taken captive, separated by a wire mesh lined with glass from your life itself, like some Elektra.

fleurdulys:

The Dream - Ferdinand Hodler
1897

fleurdulys:

The Dream - Ferdinand Hodler

1897

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Emily Carroll, Grave of the Lizard Queen
always the best

Emily Carroll, Grave of the Lizard Queen

always the best

SHOOT I FORGOT to make a post about this but two weeks ago Anne and Emily and I had the last The Sound and the Forte ever, and Anne and I tried to learn how to use Dell’s version of photobooth.

It’s been a wild ride, thanks WXBC.

xoxo

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jtotheizzoe:

The Distance of the Moon
Looking for a beautiful way to kill some time on a weekend afternoon? Listen to Liev Schreiber reading Italo Calvino’s “The Distance of the Moon”, from Cosmicomics. It’s a tale of the evolution of our moon, from a time when it was not so far away, milked for nourishment by lunar herdsmen.
How wonderful that a story could be built on science (our moon did used to be closer to us, and moves farther away every year) yet journey so far into the imagination! 
A+, Radiolab.
(photo by Laurent Laveder)


We did a show on “The Distance of the Moon” a few weeks ago! This is wonderful.

jtotheizzoe:

The Distance of the Moon

Looking for a beautiful way to kill some time on a weekend afternoon? Listen to Liev Schreiber reading Italo Calvino’s “The Distance of the Moon”, from Cosmicomics. It’s a tale of the evolution of our moon, from a time when it was not so far away, milked for nourishment by lunar herdsmen.

How wonderful that a story could be built on science (our moon did used to be closer to us, and moves farther away every year) yet journey so far into the imagination! 

A+, Radiolab.

(photo by Laurent Laveder)

We did a show on “The Distance of the Moon” a few weeks ago! This is wonderful.

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