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Wilde, Shaw, Jagger and the Challenge to a Dysfunctional Society

Oscar Wilde’s biographer Richard Ellman tells us that

“From as early as 1881 … literary London was put out of countenance by this outrageous Irishman … who declared he was a socialist and hinted he was a homosexual, while patently mocking wise saws on all subjects. 537 more words

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The Human Abstract's "Moonlight Sonata Acts I-III" (2012)

So I heard A.J. Minette’s new pop-duo outfit “Nobel.” I only have greater respect for him as an artist and a musician. It’s obviously nothing like The Human Abstract. 128 more words

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Poem Analysis: "The Human Abstract" by William Blake

“Pity would be no more,
If we did not make somebody Poor:
And Mercy no more could be,
If all were as happy as we; 712 more words