From Romeo and Juliet to another tale of star-crossed lovers defying family disapproval: The Shepherdess and the Chimney Sweep (“Animated Tales of the World,” 2002), adapting Hans Christian Anderson’s story:
Archive | September 7, 2019
Three songs of dystopia and resistance:
155. The Who, “Won’t Get Fooled Again” (1971):
156. Leslie Fish, “Firestorm” (1989):
157. Muse, “Resistance” (2009):
A long-awaited anthology I’m scheduled to appear in (with a couple of pieces on the question “Do We Need Government?”) has now, I hear, been split into two – one volume on metaphysics and epistemology, and the other on ethics, æsthetics, and politics – and in that form (and with a bunch of historical selections deleted) is/are finally slouching toward publication; see the tables of contents here and here. Some old friends are in it/them too, as you’ll see (if you know who my old friends are).
I’m told: “The eText will be coming out in February , with hard copies soon to follow.”