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"A dreamer is one who can only find his way by moonlight, and his punishment is that he sees the dawn before the rest of the world." Oscar Wilde
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It’s complicated to be a Generation X, Y or Millennial Christian in the 21st century. There are certainly a lot of questions to explore as we adapt our faith to our daily life, and vice versa. Many give their Christianity a rest rather than expend the energy to hold the various narratives and experiences in tension. But further, what does it mean to follow Christ today as a young, professional female? This is actually a serious undertaking....
British playwright Arnold Wesker dies, aged 83
British playwright Arnold Wesker dies, aged 83 - Prolific writer who produced more than 40 plays, as well as books of essays, poetry and short stories was a key British figures of 20th century drama. After first gaining prominence in the 1950s, critics grouped him with other working class writers sometimes referred to as the “angry young men” generation, although Wesker rejected the label. He was later characterised as a leading voice of 1960s “kitchen sink” British drama.
Angry young women: the new generation of young female playwrights
Young, outspoken and ferociously talented, Britain's female playwrights, for the first time in history, have the theatrical establishment at their feet.
Acceptance of rape culture starts while we're young - this is so important to teach our children and others what to tolerate.:
Letters to a Young Contrarian by Christopher Hitchens
In the book that he was born to write, provocateur and best-selling author Christopher Hitchens aims to inspire future generations of intellectuals, mavericks, rebels, angry young (wo)men and dissidents. Who better to speak to than the person who finds him or herself on a contrarian position than Hitchens, who has made a career of disagreeing in profound and entertaining ways. Hitchens bemoans the loss of the skills of dialectical thinking evident in contemporary society. He understands the impo
Intersectional Library — The Thirlby
What happens when angry young rebels become wary older women, raging in a leaner, meaner time: a time which exalts only the “new,” when the ruling orthodoxy daily disparages everything associated with the “old”? Lynne Segal journeys through time to consider her generation of female dreamers, the experiences that formed them, what they have left to the world, and how they are remembered in a period when pessimism pervades public life.”
No Dominion by Louise Welsh
It is seven years after the first outbreak of the sweats. Stevie Flint and Magnus McFall have both washed up on the Orkney Islands. A rural community is clinging to survival and a generation of orphans, who barely remember a time before the pandemic, are reaching maturity. Magnus's foster son Shuggie is fourteen years old and angry. He and his friends blame the adults for the loss of the technological wonders of the past. When the foster parents of Shug's girlfriend Misty are found murdered and
Jared Keller on Twitter
And this, perhaps the saddest picture from Ferguson Missouri. This can not be allowed to continue generation after generation after...
J.D. Salinger's The Catcher in the Rye: A Routledge Study Guide
My all time favourite
His Own Where - (Contemporary Classics by Women (Feminist Press)) by June Jordan (Paperback)
The 15 Wittiest Things Oscar Wilde Ever Said
You know that hypothetical question about which historical people you'd invite to a party? Oscar Wilde is at the top of my list.
History of the cape
The 15 Wittiest Things Oscar Wilde Ever Said
In this world there are only two tragedies. One is not getting what one wants, and the other is getting it. - Oscar Wilde, from his play Lady Windermere's Fan
The 15 Wittiest Things Oscar Wilde Ever Said
#OscarWilde ❥ "I'd rather laugh with the sinners then cry with the saints. The sinners are much more fun"
BBC Arts - BBC Arts - Withering wit and words of wisdom: Oscar Wilde's best quotes
BBC - Withering wit and words of wisdom: Oscar Wilde's best quotes
Oscar Wilde by Napoleon Sarony, 1882
Oscar Wilde by Napoleon Sarony, 1882 |
Stanford professor uncovers roots of George Orwell's political language
Stanford professor uncovers roots of George Orwell's political language Through a close reading of George Orwell's nonfiction prose, Stanford English Professor Alex Woloch shows how language and democratic socialism played roles in the British writer's stand against totalitarianism.
How Oscar Wilde Paved the Way for Gay Rights in the Arts
The story of Oscar Wilde is a brilliant, tragic and complicated one; a tale that, despite many efforts, can’t easily be transformed into simple fridge magnet epithets stating that “We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.” Aside from being eminently quotable, Wilde’s legacy is vital in both the literary sphere and in terms of his impact on gay rights and culture. To cut a long and heartbreaking story short, in 1895 – just a few months after the debut performance of his
Oscar Wilde: Essays: Der Sozialismus Und Die Seele Des Mens...
Buy Oscar Wilde: Essays: Der Sozialismus und die Seele des Menschen, Aus dem Zuchthaus zu Reading, Aesthetisches Manifest, Zwei Gespräche von der Kunst und vom Leben by Oscar Wilde and Read this Book on Kobo's Free Apps. Discover Kobo's Vast Collection of Ebooks and Audiobooks Today - Over 4 Million Titles!
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He would be happy today! (5/23/2015) from Oscar Wilde in America, Photographs by Napoleon Sarony, New York City 1882

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