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Minimalist Waves (October 2016)

This month’s playlist brings together a number of tracks that recall aspects of minimalism and post-minimalism: repetitive grooves, a degree of space, restraint, economy of musical material, long lines, drones and monolithic gestures,  self-similarity and fractals. 399 more words

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ENG 181 Course Description

ENG 181: Journeying through Faerie

What does Adventure Time have to do with Chaucer? How did we get from Gawain and the Green Knight to Finn and Jake? 157 more words



There was once a dog that came to him a dream.

His Fur as white as snow.

His eyes as blue as the cold.

He said to him in a dream: 962 more words

Andrew Lang and the colors of imagination

The name of Scottish writer and anthropologist Andrew Lang is one that I didn’t at first recognize while working on the Grand List, although I encountered his work as a child. 364 more words

“Her dress of silver brocade was embroidered with a dozen of the sun’s rays.”
~Andrew Lang (“The Yellow Dwarf” from The Fairy Books )


AH, Circe, Circe! in the wood we cried;
Ah, Circe, Circe! but no voice replied;
No voice from bowers o’ergrown and ruinous
As fallen rocks upon the mountain side. 168 more words