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by Robert Gluck
Glück’s work has been selected for numerous anthologies, including The Faber Book of Gay Short Fiction (1992), Best American Erotica 2005, and Lust for Life: On the Writings of Kathy Acker (2006)
Glück’s work has been selected for numerous anthologies, including The Faber Book of Gay Short Fiction (1992), Best American Erotica 2005, and Lust for Life: On the Writings of Kathy Acker (2006). He has received a California Arts Council Fellowship and a San Francisco Arts Commission Cultural Equity Grant. He lives in San Francisco. Books by Robert Glück.
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A saturday afternoon. Gillian felt slightly uneasy as the porter unlocked the gates and waved her through. St Alfred's Hospital was not an ordinary mental institution. Some of the patients were withdrawn and depressed, some seemed almost normal. Only one or two had to be kept locked up.
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This was where he met the writers Robert A. Heinlein, Emil Petaja, Fredric . Bradbury recounted when he came into his own as a writer, the afternoon he wrote a short story about his first encounter with death. Heinlein, Emil Petaja, Fredric Brown, Henry Kuttner, Leigh Brackett, and Jack Williamson. The first of these, occurring when he was three years old, was his mother's taking him to see Lon Chaney's performance in The Hunchback of Notre Dame. The second incident occurred in 1932, when a carnival entertainer, one Mr. Electrico, touched the young man on the nose with an electrified sword, made his hair stand on end, and shouted, "Live.
Blessedest Thursday's the fat of the week. Rumble and tumble, sleek and rough, Stinking and savory, smug and gruff. But Browning's role as a forerunner of twentieth-century literature should not blind us to his essential Victorianism
Blessedest Thursday's the fat of the week. Like Thomas Carlyle's Sartor Resartus (1833�34), these lines from "Holy-Cross Day" (1855) present a situation of grave seriousness with noisy jocularity. It was fitting that Browning and Carlyle remained good friends, even though the elder writer kept urging Browning to give up verse in favor of prose. But Browning's role as a forerunner of twentieth-century literature should not blind us to his essential Victorianism. Energy is the most characteristic aspect of his writing and of the man (Ivan Turgenev compared Browning's handshake to an electric shock).
On Saturday Mr. Sandford is at home after four. T E X T MR. WHITE COMES AGAIN It is Saturday afternoon. T E X T BETTY SMITH I am Betty Smith. My full name is Elizabeth Louise Smith. I am a college graduate. I am a writer, just a beginner, you know. I have a lot of friends. Most of them are my former schoolDmates. My best companionsare two girlD friends. They are very kind, jollyand wellDbred. My brother in law, Henry Sandford, is married to my elD der sister Helen. I am a member of her family. Doctor Sandford is in his study.
This book is different from other anthologies in its determination to enable . World Poetry is an ideal book to have if you're going to be away from your own library for any amount of time.
This book is different from other anthologies in its determination to enable us to experience all poetry as contemporaneous. You will encounter, in all likelihood for the first time, any number of anonymous masterpieces, such as "The Vigil of Venus" translated by David R. Slavitt (anonymous, circa . 200) and "The Old Woman of Beare," translated by Brendan Kenneally (anonymous, circa . The Old Woman of Beare" is breathtaking: "The sea crawls from the shore, Leaving there, The despicable weed,, A corpse's hair.