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Album review - RESONANCE PROJECT “Tale Goes On”

Listening to Resonance Project’s captivating release Tale Goes On, I’m reminded once again that I am a total sucker for great vocals. Here, shining bright on every track, is Donna Greene’s strikingly beautiful voice: strong and rich with a husky, earthy tone that warms you right to the bone. 450 more words

Album Reviews

A Ride On the Greeneland Express: examining Greene’s “first true success”

Book: Stamboul Train (republished as Orient Express)

Author: Graham Greene

Date of Publication: 1932

Type: Novel (226 Pages)

Before continuing with this review of mine, I will have to admit (albeit sheepishly) that this took far too long to complete and publish. 2,218 more words

20th Century

Sparing Despair with Hopkins and Greene

The second half of Gerard Manley Hopkins’ “The Leaden Echo and the Golden Echo” (1882) begins with a turn. It begins with an internal conversion of Hopkins’ language. 1,456 more words

Literature

Suffering is not increased by numbers: one body can contain all the suffering the world can feel.

-Graham Greene, The Quiet American

Literature

Oh, I was right about the facts, but wasn’t he right too to be young and mistaken…

-Graham Greene, The Quiet American

Literature

It was as if I had been betrayed, but one is not betrayed by an enemy.

-Graham Greene, The Quiet American

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Ordinary life goes on–that has saved many a man’s reason. Just as in an air-raid it proved impossible to be frightened all the time, so under the bombardment of routine jobs, of chance encounters, of impersonal anxieties, one lost for hours together the personal fear.

-Graham Greene, The Quiet American

Literature