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With Apologies To James Joyce

A stream of consciousness from the past week from the micro and macro levels of my life.
Aw, man, these bum ass Eagles are going to get ran out of the stadium by the Jags in the first game of the season…Thirteen years ago….Project for a New American Century… Blowback, yeah, that’s what it’s called… means I can go online and see American journalists get their heads cut off by a Muslim with a Cockney accent…A bill that infringes on civil liberties was just gathering dust on a shelf just ready to be used after a national tragedy?…Black Jesus…I’m your Lord and Savior, fool…a stormtrooper stole the Batmobile?… Go over there and wipe IS/ISIS/ISIL from this existence… We broke it, we brought it… Brute strength and wanton destruction speaks to the Id…4 o’clock flight…standby on Delta…thanks, Cuz…run the ball, Richt…he missed that chip shot?… ideas are invincible, Mr. 525 more words

Episode 11, Sirens, or "Ulysses, The Musical"

Nations of the earth. No-one behind. She’s passed. Then and not till then. Tram. Kran, kran, kran. Good oppor. Coming. Krandlkrankran. I’m sure it’s the burgund. 587 more words

"WRITING TO CREATE A VOID"

PHILIPPE SOLLERS, H

Equus Press is proud to announce the forthcoming publication of the first English-language translation of Philippe Sollers’ groundbreaking 1973 novel, H. Inspired by the May 1968 Paris student/worker uprising, it is a text which, in its own right, performs a revolt against much that’s been (and still is) taken for granted in the… 2,732 more words

Review: The Alchemist, by Paolo Coelho

The Alchemist provoked a tsunami of groans and derisive laughter when its title, written on a folded up receipt, emerged from the black-ribboned fedora at the Knights Templar and Paolo Coelho’s 1988 book was thus duly selected for discussion at the next meeting of the book club. 493 more words

James Joyce

at present a praiser of his own past

“—A medical student, an oarsman, a tenor, an amateur actor, a shouting politician, a small landlord, a small investor, a drinker, a good fellow, a story-teller, somebody’s secretary, something in a distillery, a tax-gatherer, a bankrupt and at present a praiser of his own past.” 11 more words

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