Posts Tagged ‘ Shakespeare ’

Here’s to you, Mrs. Dalloway! | 3 Quarks Daily

Noah Knopf in Harvard Political Review: It took me three tries to understand even a little of Mrs. Dalloway, Virginia Woolf’s famous 1925 modernist novel set on a single day in London. . . .

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How Language Shapes the Way We Think

At the TEDWomen 2017 conference, cognitive scientist Lera Boroditsky gave a talk on how different languages affect how their speakers think about the world. It ended up being the most viewed online TED Talk in 2018.

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rush hour snow storm, a senryu by Donna Fleischer

rush hour snow storm
my car
for a cave !

– Donna Fleischer
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Psychoanalysis and Literature: 150 Years After the Birth of Freud / Philoctetes Center

In this photo released by the Sigmund Freud Museum in Vienna former Austrian psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud is pictured in his working room in 1938.

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Critic’s Notebook – New York Film Festival Revives Its Offerings / NYTimes.com

Tom Conti, Helen Mirren, David Strathairn, Alan Cumming and Chris Cooper in Julie Taymor’s “Tempest,” the festival’s official centerpiece.

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