With the ‘Air-Conditioned Nightmare’ begins yet another fruitful writing period for Henry Miller, having just returned to the US from Europe in 1939 and World War II. Here is given an excerpt from this work, together with the autobiographical documentary ‘The Henry Miller Odyssey’ directed by Robert Snyder.
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Herbarium Without Plants?
Somehow, yes – herbarium without plants. Because in this the unity of site, the plant world kindly gives its place to the creative delirium of the parallel and side-by-side other worlds. But it discards the responsibility for the subsequent monologues. Discards the responsibility for the consequential interviews. Discards the responsibility for the future tributes. And kindly dedicates ‘This Land Is Nobody’s Land’ to all its fellow beings of plant and non-plant interdependencies with it, worlds.
With the well-founded belief that there are people around us who have something to say about any aspect of social life, in this section of the, their views, opinions and works are hosted through their own words.
Through the electronic streets of the Fragments section parade stray art works, which have an indelible value, opus so means the proverb that in simple words says ‘all that glitters is not gold’.
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Joseph Pemberton, an Anglican clergyman, has emerged as one of the most important rose breeders of the twentieth century. It is its own work the creation of Hybrid Musk Roses group – large robust bushes whith strong fragrance and more or less continuously flowering in gigantic clusters.
Pete Montrian was the De Stijl art movement rapporteur, along with Theo van Doesburg. Neoplasticism, as he preferred to call the new movement, led abstract art to new fertile fields. The Horizontal Tree, presented here, belongs to the transitional period before the De Stijl principles were formulated.
The poem entitled Manifesto, is entirely given here – a poem written by the outstanding Chilean poet Nicanor Parra and was published in 1963, in Número journal, Uruguay. In 1969 it was included in the poetry collection Obra Gruesa, which was released by Editorial Universitaria publishing house of Chile.
The whole poem ‘Revolving Cranks’ by Andreas Embirikos is given but is also heard in the article. The prominent’s Greek surrealist poem is included in the poetry collection entitled ‘Body of the Morning’ collection of 1945, while the sound document is contained in ‘The Embirikos reads Embirikos’ – ‘Dionysos’ 1964.
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