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Out of Sheer Rage

I love Geoff Dyer. He’s a wonderful writer, and I always find so much I can connect with and relate to in his work. So, I was super stoked when I found a copy of Out of Sheer Rage because it’s a book about a dead author I enjoy by a living author enjoy. 670 more words

Book Reviews

"Self-Pity" by D H Lawrence (repost)

I never saw a wild thing
sorry for itself.
A small bird will drop frozen dead from a bough
without ever having felt sorry for itself. 64 more words


In The Sweet

I have always been particularly attracted by happy lovers and attached to them: Lawrence and Frieda were more than twice as attractive to me together than they would have been separately.  677 more words


D.H. Lawrence's Etruscan Places and The Etruscan

The Etruscans are not a theory or a thesis. If they are anything, they are an experience. DHL

Near the end of his life, DH Lawrence returned to Italy in 1927  after a soul-searching journey through Mexico, the American Southwest, Ceylon, Australia, and New Zealand. 1,186 more words


DH Lawrence’s masterpiece charts the fluctuations in the relationships of Ursula Brangwen and her sister Gundrun (first introduced in The Rainbow) with their lovers Rupert Birkin, in many ways a self-portrait, and Gerald, the son of an industrial magnate. 228 more words

Violet Hunt: The Sweetest Violet in England

Violet Hunt, born in 1862 in Durham in the north of England,was the daughter of Pre-Raphaelite landscape painter Alfred William Hunt and his wife, Margaret Raine Hunt, bestselling novelist and translator of the stories of the Brothers Grimm. 761 more words

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Quote of the Day



“You don’t love us, Barney. You don’t even know us.” – Bobcat Goldthwait on Space Ghost Coast to Coast

Quote #2

“My father hated books, hated the sight of anyone reading or writing. 46 more words