The Master, in his own words.
From OpenCulture.com’s website: In this darkly poetic animation, the Polish filmmaker Piotr Dumala offers a highly personal interpretation of Fyodor… Read more [Literature] Dostoyevsky’s Crime and Punishment Presented in a Beautifully Animated Short Film
I wish goodwill and a prosperous Lent to my Roman Catholic friends. T.S. Eliot reads his poem, “Ash Wednesday,” which… Read more [Literature] T. S. Eliot reading Ash Wednesday
Youtube provides some of the most amazing treasures… For those of you who are comfortable with Castilian Spanish, this is… Read more [Literature] Palabra De Borges
We rarely have poetry on this site. That has to change. A bit of Chuck Bukowski to start things off.
Though his politics were disgusting, his poetry was perfect. Pablo Neruda writes (and gives voice to) the finest poetry, and… Read more [Poetry] ‘Cuerpo de Mujer’ by Pablo Neruda
Paul Bowles, the legendary wandering scribe who introduced America to the pleasure of 1950s Morocco in all its splendor, mystery… Read more [Video] Paul Bowles – An American in Tangier (1993)