Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Table of Contents

Pages, Posts (Poems, Short Essays) Essays


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Authors A–Z Pages:

K is for Kafka
L is for Lahiri
M is for Mantel
N is for Neruda
O is for Oz
P is for Pamuk
Q is for Queneau  
R is for Roy
S is for Saint-Exupéry

Famous "Middle Books" in Trilogies 


Sense and Sensibility [Poem Cycle] Wanting, Wanting to be Born, Wanting to Build, Wanting to Know,  Wanting to Love (Echo Speaks), Wanting Passion (Re-Flexion), Wanting to Live, Wanting Innocence (Double Time), Wanting Not to Feel (Staying Chill). Wanting Not to Want, Wanting to be Free

Temptation Syncopation [Poem]

Till Virgil Weeps [Poem]

Heartsease [Poem]

The Etiquette of Passing [Poem]

A Woman Looks in the Mirror [Poem]

A Day with the Rose  (Jay De Feo)

Three Poems for Jay De Feo [Poems]

World's Oldest Anthology

 News for Patagonia

Dear Author

Fiction: the Purest Magic

Mantel's Masterpiece: Bring Up the Bodies, Dig Up the Bones

Mandelstam: Poetry and Poetics

Statues for Critics

Metafiction for the Masses: Postmodern Storytelling in The Postmistress

Arundhati Roy

A VERSatile Mind: the Happy Inventions of Raymond Queneau

Orhan Pamuk: The Clerk with the Soul of a Poet

Allegra Goodman: Medium for the Twin Spirits of Mirth and Contemplation

Amos Oz, or the Genealogy of Genius: Expression of Literary DNA through Seven Generations of a Writer's Family

ABC of Writers

Kafka's Conundrum

The End is Where We Start from: Beginnings and Endings in Zoë Wicomb's Playing in the Light

Wolf Hall: A Literary Indictment of Anne Boleyn 

From Book to Film: The Elegance of the Hedgehog   


Ancient Lifecycle Myths: Part I: Is the Human Condition Mutable?

The Human Lifecycle: Predestined, or the Product of Evolution?  Part II: Is the Human Condition Mutable?

Maxim Force: The Literary Maxim

Swallow's Nest: Jokes and Follies

Stuck on Replay: Listening to Music, Whether I Want to or Not

Tracking the Blazing Butterfly: Music in Performance, Words, and Memory

Science Talk: Listening to Stephen Hawking 

Emergent Humanism: A Response to the Simulation Argument


Don Giovanni, Lately of Rome

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