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Tree of Life - Nataša Pantović Nuit

Tree of Life Spiritual Poetry Book (Alchemy of love mindfulness training #9) Inspirations

Source: www.artof4elements.com/entry/186/tree-of-life-book
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text 2017-03-23 15:07
Reading progress update: I've read 1082 out of 1344 pages.
The Complete Works (Oxford Shakespeare) - William Shakespeare,John Jowett,Gary Taylor

Pericles manages to sail somewhere without getting shipwrecked!

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text 2017-03-22 15:50
Reading progress update: I've read 1080 out of 1344 pages.
The Complete Works (Oxford Shakespeare) - William Shakespeare,John Jowett,Gary Taylor Gower (the author of the source novel that Pericles is based on) appears as a chorus several times and steals the show in a manner that reminds be of the even better Chorus in Henry V.
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text 2017-03-21 12:51
Reading progress update: I've read 1078 out of 1344 pages.
The Complete Works (Oxford Shakespeare) - William Shakespeare,John Jowett,Gary Taylor

What was going on again? Oh, yeah - something completely preposterous. In a book full of preposterous plots, this one stands out because it isn't even a comedy. It reminds me of the daft goings on in Mediaeval romances.

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review 2017-03-19 22:41
Notes on Adaptaion: Paterson/Tulsa Kid Rating
Tulsa Kid - Ron Padgett

Generally, I post a "Notes on Adaptation" column after seeing the adaptation, but this one's going to be a little bit different. 

 

After seeing the trailer for the film "Paterson" three or four times (in various theaters), I wanted to see this film about a poet. Being a faithful reader and sometimes writer of poetry made the urge even stronger. 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m8pGJBgiiDU

 

So I read William Carlos Williams' collected "Paterson" (more about that in another post), and I sought out something by Ron Padgett, the poet who contributed work to the film "Paterson." 

 

I have access to three libraries, two community, and one university. Among those three, only one had any Padgett books (the university), and the only one of Mr. Padgett's books they had was "Tulsa Kid."

"Tulsa Kid" was published in 1979, and I wish any of my local libraries would have had a more recent volume, because this one was an immature work. I guess that's all there is to say about it. 

 

Except to note that it is doubtful the film "Paterson" will ever be shown in my city. 

 

-cg

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