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Incompatible Bodies

Pictured Below: From The Enigma of Amigara Fault by Junji Ito

Japanese manga artist Junji Ito paints a harrowing scene in The Enigma of Amigara Fault… 1,066 more words

Philip Hoare’s RisingTideFallingStar: David Bowie, Cosmos-politan, 1

“He looks like a comet, his flame-like hair slicked back on entry into earth’s atmosphere.”

Philip Hoare, on the fall to earth of alien Thomas Jerome Newton, aka David Bowie.

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The Man Who Fell To Earth

'Sex? I've fallen off that horse.' Terence Stamp on love and life

No wonder women fall for Terence Stamp. He’s a handsome devil with impeccable manners and a gleam in his cornflower-blue eyes, even at the age of 79. 3,196 more words

Mail On Sunday

Billy Budd by Herman Melville

Billy Budd, Sailor by Herman Melville

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The ancient question of human nature pertains to the paradoxical mysteries of human personality shaped by our perception of the world as reflected in ancient mythologies. 869 more words

Book Review

Mojo's Must Reads: Billy Budd by Herman Melville

“Stung by the critical reception and lack of commercial success of his previous two works, Moby-Dick and Pierre, Herman Melville became obsessed with the difficulties of communicating his vision to readers. 298 more words



Billy Budd is a fictional sea story that was published in 1924 in London. The work was edited by the former Columbian University professor, Raymond M. 37 more words