Tag Archives: P.G. Wodehouse

truth through distortion

As a clown, Zero Mostel was a funny fat man, an Oliver Hardy or Raimu, who improvises off stage in a variety of dialects, ranging from Yiddish to Wodehouse English, and lacing them with what Maxim Gorky, in describing the … Continue reading

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postponing utopia: degeneracy as ideal

There is a relationship between memory and a participatory emancipation and an equally strong connection with forgetting, loss of memory and enslavement and subjugation. George Orwell asserted that individuals who lack the capability for remembrance are defenseless in confronting the … Continue reading

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THE DAMP HAND OF MELANCHOLY

Restaurant Utopia. Five miles high , then, when you come to the fork in the road, take it. ┬áThe sign on the door stated ” Different Cultural Levels Eat Here”. On entering the host delivers a fortune cookie, in which … Continue reading

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