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[read me] (a combination of childish mis-comprehension and an adult stubbornness)… it’s just that I’ve had this poem memorized for what feels like most of my life (so it pops up in my head repeatedly, annoyingly) and i’ve never liked … Continue reading
1. Things I learned from watching Che (parts 1 & 2): In English we use our adverb that means “good” (“well”) as an interjection (“well, i don’t know what you mean”). In Spanish they use “bueno” in the same way. … Continue reading
I recently re-watched Play It As It Lays. (I could do with re-reading the novel at some point.) It’s hard to articulate how I feel about it, but, of course, I’ll try. First, there’s the fact of Joan Didion. I … Continue reading
by W.G. Sebald According to Sebald, during World War II the Allied forces bombed 131 German cities and towns. The air raids killed 600,000 German civilians. In this first section of the book, “Air War and Literature,” printed from the … Continue reading