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James Joyce’s Chance Encounters | The New Yorker

“Finnegans Wake” is not a prose poem, which is probably how many people would like to read it. It’s a work of realist fiction. It’s just that the reality it represents is nighttime reality, the dream life, which Joyce believed required the invention of a new mode of language. Normal syntax is designed for aContinue Reading

A story about Franz Kafka

Kim Turner February 4 at 10:02 PM  ·  At 40, Franz Kafka (1883-1924), who never married and had no children, walked through the park in Berlin when he met a girl who was crying because she had lost her favourite doll. She and Kafka searched for the doll unsuccessfully. Kafka told her to meet himContinue Reading

Coronavirus and Island X-24

by Jon Rappoport | December 22, 2020 @ No More Fake News (Dot) com Coronavirus and Island X-24 There was a small island. Amazingly, it had never been claimed by any country. It just sat there. It was inconsequential. Geographers were irritated that it had no name. In 1998, they named it X-24. 123 familiesContinue Reading

The Soul Tracers

There is a building on my street that plays non-stop soul and blues music. All day and night. There are a couple of small industrial parks that surround it and a grocery store with a 24 hr gas station, and a kids school across the street. The remains of a retired railway track runs alongContinue Reading