chiilllllls and not just from the description of winter!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Djuna Barnes’s Nightwood centers several characters in complicated, broken relationships with one another. A central figure in these relationships, Doctor Matthew O’Connor, a wise, nearly mad prophet character holds a hopeless view of a world filled with misery and doom.
I desperately needed to show you all this. I beleive Katia mentioned that not all salon atendees were lesbain women, although a vast majority were. Many men did come to the salons (like Stein’s) for the art and literature. But
The Unexpected Hope in “Time Passes” Virginia Woolf’s To the Lighthouse follows the Ramsay family and their guests through ten years marked by war, disaster, and death. As I read the section “Time Passes,” I was struck by the parallels
First, the lovely Jenny Slate. Secondly: I’d like to think for a moment about the questions, “Will you fade? Will you endure?” and “Will you fade? Will you perish?” asked by the wind of… the house? The family the house
I’m including several photos below, all taken by me in the archives of Houghton Mifflin Harcourt or at the special collections library of Smith College. (Even as I post some of these, I hesitate, lest I fetishize Woolf’s mental illness
The lines that Mr. Ramsay recites in “The Window” are from Tennyson’s poem “Charge of the Light Brigade,” which celebrates the heroism of soldiers who were sent to their avoidable death in the Crimean War. Discuss.
Maybe it is a me thing, an literally no one else is thinking this, but please, someone tell me you are as hooked on this line as I am: “Such a world will not suffer magic worlds to endure”. Page
I thought that an hour and fifteen minute class would be better but CLEARLY time is still stupid and never enough. I wanted to touch on George’s character. In the passage that George decides he must chase Evadne because he