Howards End, by E. M. Forster - Project Gutenberg.
The Project Gutenberg EBook of Wood and Stone,. James Andersen shrugged his shoulders,. And yet the scene between the girls must have appeared, to such an invisible watcher, as linked to a dramatic contest above and beyond their immediate human personalities.
Carl Jung once said that mythologizing “gives existence a glamour we wouldn’t Want to be without.” Nashashibi seems to agree — she borrows from the quote for the title of her most recent set of photographic works, a triptych of found images representing dancers in the Malawian village of Gumbi, a scene from Pasolini’s Oedipus Rex, and a portrait of La Cicciolina.
Her essay, “My Mother in Drumlin Country”, published in New Hibernia Review during 2017, was listed among the Notable Essays and Literary Nonfiction of 2017 in Best American Essays 2018 (Mariner).
Long before coronavirus appeared and shattered our pre-existing normal, the future of work was a widely discussed and debated topic. Weve watched automation slowly but surely expand its capabilities and take over more jobs, and weve wondered what artificial intelligence will eventually be capable of.
Democrats and the White House appear to be weeks away from striking a bipartisan package to help those impacted by the coronavirus outbreak - as markets continue to plummet due to the fallout.
This little essay collection by Anne Bogel (of the Modern Mrs. Darcy blog) is a perfect gift for a reader regardless of their genre preferences. Each essay covers a different topic in the reading life, and my guess is every booklover will find things to relate to. For an extra treat, try this one in audio.
The London Magazine has been home to some of the most prestigious poets in its long publishing history, from John Keats to Sylvia Plath. Our annual Poetry Prize seeks out new voices in poetry, providing a platform for publication in the UK’s oldest literary journal. All poems submitted must be previously unpublished and no longer than 40 lines.