I finished this book just under eight hours ago, and my senses have yet to stop tingling from Nabokov’s infatuating style. His every word seems to be coordinated in perfect symmetry with the one preceding it, forming, over the course of the novel, a delicately intricate web of images that seems to be fashioned from a sort of cosmic fabric so strange and yet so undeniably accurate in everything that it portrays. 180 more words
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Expressing Characters’ Emotions on the Worst (and Second-Worst, and Third-Worst . . .) Day of Their Lives
It’s a widely accepted truth that if stage actors, viewed from lofty balcony seats and way-back stadium seating alike, are to adequately project emotion, there’s gotta be a little exaggeration. 1,109 more words
I would hardly describe Todd Haynes as Kubrickian however when watching this year’s Carol I couldn’t help but to think of and draw comparisons to Kubrick’s 1962 adaptation of Lolita. 391 more words