Monday, September 17, 2007

Flash Gordon

Mary Gordon's My Five Most Important Books
  1. "The Good Soldier" by Ford Madox Ford. The combination of complexities and emotionally intense timbre is an inspiration.
  2. "Dubliners" by James Joyce. A granting of lyricism to lives which, to the outside, would not suggest that they are worthy of it.
  3. "Howards End" by E. M. Forster. It manages to speak about immensely serious issues with a delightful lightness of tone.
  4. "In Search of Lost Time" by Marcel Proust. It forces one to ponder again and again: what is it to be alive?
  5. "To The Lighthouse" by Virginia Woolf. As close to poetry as a novel can get.
And this is a mini-site of old photographs with the moon. "It's Only a Paper Moon" but it evokes so much melancholia. For me, it reminds me of watching the very young Tatum and Ryan O'Neal in Session Theater.



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