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  • adorno | a dancing star!
    tagged dialectic of nihilism gillian rose gillianrose org hegel judaism and modernity love s work moruning becomes the law paradiso the broken middle the melancholy science Comments closed Recent comments Samsia on Kevin Ariken tom on A work of hard love marq on A work of hard love Suryani Said Piracci on Kevin Ariken Nancy Ariken on Kevin Ariken My Library Tags architecture arendt artistic friends book cover books bookshops bookshops in asia c j arthur church creative writing creativity cuba dubyah film films football gillian rose harry eyres hegel honeymoon howard caygill jay bernstein macedonia michael n forster nazi girl norman geras obituary online learning open learning paul westerberg philosophy reading SIFF simon critchley Singapore taskent tehran the old left the slow lane travels warwick university writing writing prize zizekstudies org Žižek Archives Archives Select Month April 2010 1 March 2009 10 February 2009 10 January 2009 1 October 2008 1 April 2008 5 January 2008 1 August 2007 1 June 2007 1 March 2007 3 September 2006 2 August 2006 1 July 2006 1 June 2006 8 May 2006 1 April 2006 4 March 2006 2 February 2006 6 January 2006 6 December 2005 7 November 2005 9 October 2005 17 September 2005 12 August 2005 6 June 2005 1 May 2005 3 April 2005 3 March 2005 3 February 2005 3 January 2005 3 December 2004 9 November 2004 5 October 2004 17 September 2004 2 August 2004 1 June 2004 1 May 2004 1 March 2004 1 February 2004 2 January 2004 1 December 2003 1 November 2003 2 October 2003 4 September 2003 1 July 2003 2 June 2003 1 May 2003 2 April 2003 1 December 2002 1 October 2002 2 September 2002 1 August 2002 2 Categories Categories Select Category blogging reduces brain

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  • love’s work | a dancing star!
    Also tagged adorno dialectic of nihilism gillian rose gillianrose org hegel judaism and modernity love s work moruning becomes the law paradiso the broken middle the melancholy science Comments closed Recent comments Samsia on Kevin Ariken tom on A work of hard love marq on A work of hard love Suryani Said Piracci on Kevin Ariken Nancy Ariken on Kevin Ariken My Library Tags architecture arendt artistic friends book cover books bookshops bookshops in asia c j arthur church creative writing creativity cuba dubyah film films football gillian rose harry eyres hegel honeymoon howard caygill jay bernstein macedonia michael n forster nazi girl norman geras obituary online learning open learning paul westerberg philosophy reading SIFF simon critchley Singapore taskent tehran the old left the slow lane travels warwick university writing writing prize zizekstudies org Žižek Archives Archives Select Month April 2010 1 March 2009 10 February 2009 10 January 2009 1 October 2008 1 April 2008 5 January 2008 1 August 2007 1 June 2007 1 March 2007 3 September 2006 2 August 2006 1 July 2006 1 June 2006 8 May 2006 1 April 2006 4 March 2006 2 February 2006 6 January 2006 6 December 2005 7 November 2005 9 October 2005 17 September 2005 12 August 2005 6 June 2005 1 May 2005 3 April 2005 3 March 2005 3 February 2005 3 January 2005 3 December 2004 9 November 2004 5 October 2004 17 September 2004 2 August 2004 1 June 2004 1 May 2004 1 March 2004 1 February 2004 2 January 2004 1 December 2003 1 November 2003 2 October 2003 4 September 2003 1 July 2003 2 June 2003 1 May 2003 2 April 2003 1 December 2002 1 October 2002 2 September 2002 1 August 2002 2 Categories Categories Select Category blogging

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  • 10th anniversary | a dancing star!

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  • Happy Birthday, Gillian | a dancing star!
    or leave a trackback Trackback URL Hang him asexuality Post a Comment Your email is never published nor shared Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment Please leave these two fields as is Recent comments Samsia on Kevin Ariken tom on A work of hard love marq on A work of hard love Suryani Said Piracci on Kevin Ariken Nancy Ariken on Kevin Ariken My Library Tags architecture arendt artistic friends book cover books bookshops bookshops in asia c j arthur church creative writing creativity cuba dubyah film films football gillian rose harry eyres hegel honeymoon howard caygill jay bernstein macedonia michael n forster nazi girl norman geras obituary online learning open learning paul westerberg philosophy reading SIFF simon critchley Singapore taskent tehran the old left the slow lane travels warwick university writing writing prize zizekstudies org Žižek Archives Archives Select Month April 2010 1 March 2009 10 February 2009 10 January 2009 1 October 2008 1 April 2008 5 January 2008 1 August 2007 1 June 2007 1 March 2007 3 September 2006 2 August 2006 1 July 2006 1 June 2006 8 May 2006 1 April 2006 4 March 2006 2 February 2006 6 January 2006 6 December 2005 7 November 2005 9 October 2005 17 September 2005 12 August 2005 6 June 2005 1 May 2005 3 April 2005 3 March 2005 3 February 2005 3 January 2005 3 December 2004 9 November 2004 5 October 2004 17 September 2004 2 August 2004 1 June 2004 1 May 2004 1 March 2004 1 February 2004 2 January 2004 1 December 2003 1 November 2003 2 October 2003 4 September 2003 1 July 2003 2 June 2003 1 May 2003 2 April 2003 1 December 2002 1 October 2002 2 September 2002 1 August 2002 2 Categories

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  • house warming | a dancing star!
    you life to save from fire Thus posed the question turns on the meaningfulness of the book in question as opposed to the literary merits of the text itself The thing for us not the thing in itself so to speak It becomes purely a manner of dissecting the subject s personal trajectory as opposed to the literary merits of the book itself or its historical trajectory This however begs the question as the meaningfulness of the thing is therefore imbued by the interviewee so the question s and answer s universal applicability is curtailed if your house was burning down or caught in a hurricane or other Natural disaster which book would you take with you My copy of Love s Work signed and inscribed by Gillian Rose variations on a theme So what would you burn That s the question The New Statesman asked This entry was posted in books gillian rose and tagged gillian rose Bookmark the permalink Both comments and trackbacks are currently closed Perspective My friend Nick Recent comments Samsia on Kevin Ariken tom on A work of hard love marq on A work of hard love Suryani Said Piracci on Kevin Ariken Nancy Ariken on Kevin Ariken My Library Tags architecture arendt artistic friends book cover books bookshops bookshops in asia c j arthur church creative writing creativity cuba dubyah film films football gillian rose harry eyres hegel honeymoon howard caygill jay bernstein macedonia michael n forster nazi girl norman geras obituary online learning open learning paul westerberg philosophy reading SIFF simon critchley Singapore taskent tehran the old left the slow lane travels warwick university writing writing prize zizekstudies org Žižek Archives Archives Select Month April 2010 1 March 2009 10 February 2009 10 January 2009 1 October 2008 1 April 2008 5 January

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  • 9 December | a dancing star!
    her own mortality as well as that of far too many others The book sounds as if it ought to be something you don t want to pick up it is instead something you cannot bear to put down It is also a book about which aside from recommending it very highly one fears trying to say much It feels light it looks tiny and although it is actually neither one worries about bruising it too easily Not it turns out a real worry this is a tough little book as well as an extraordinarily beautiful one The grimness of Rose s themes are perhaps surprisingly not as tough as her thought and the pleasures of this slender volume perhaps because they are so thoroughly unexpected would be difficult to exaggerate This entry was posted in gillian rose obituary and tagged gillian rose Bookmark the permalink Post a comment or leave a trackback Trackback URL Yes Men The slow wonder by AC Newman Post a Comment Your email is never published nor shared Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment Please leave these two fields as is Recent comments Samsia on Kevin Ariken tom on A work of hard love marq on A work of hard love Suryani Said Piracci on Kevin Ariken Nancy Ariken on Kevin Ariken My Library Tags architecture arendt artistic friends book cover books bookshops bookshops in asia c j arthur church creative writing creativity cuba dubyah film films football gillian rose harry eyres hegel honeymoon howard caygill jay bernstein macedonia michael n forster nazi girl norman geras obituary online learning open learning paul westerberg philosophy reading SIFF simon critchley Singapore taskent tehran the old left the slow lane travels warwick university writing writing prize zizekstudies org Žižek Archives Archives Select Month April 2010 1

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  • oddities in space and time | a dancing star!
    valleys are workshops fabriques ateliers manned by studious men who deal in the mechanics and minutiae of time Tashkent One of the loveliest places this side of the Silk Road Tashkent is a marvel a jewel of Uzbekistan ex Yugoslavia Macedonia Back when the blue helmeted UN folks were buzzing round Skopje circa 1998 A little like the rest of Soviet Russia see Uzbekistan the vodka the extortionate prices the extorting mafioso Interesting fact the national carrier was privatised and acquired by the owner of Skopje s largest restaurant chain This entry was posted in hegira and tagged macedonia taskent tehran travels Bookmark the permalink Post a comment or leave a trackback Trackback URL wow an almighty filter Post a Comment Your email is never published nor shared Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment Please leave these two fields as is Recent comments Samsia on Kevin Ariken tom on A work of hard love marq on A work of hard love Suryani Said Piracci on Kevin Ariken Nancy Ariken on Kevin Ariken My Library Tags architecture arendt artistic friends book cover books bookshops bookshops in asia c j arthur church creative writing creativity cuba dubyah film films football gillian rose harry eyres hegel honeymoon howard caygill jay bernstein macedonia michael n forster nazi girl norman geras obituary online learning open learning paul westerberg philosophy reading SIFF simon critchley Singapore taskent tehran the old left the slow lane travels warwick university writing writing prize zizekstudies org Žižek Archives Archives Select Month April 2010 1 March 2009 10 February 2009 10 January 2009 1 October 2008 1 April 2008 5 January 2008 1 August 2007 1 June 2007 1 March 2007 3 September 2006 2 August 2006 1 July 2006 1 June 2006 8 May 2006 1 April 2006 4

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  • Westerbergian | a dancing star!
    s craft Truly wonderful and if this is indicative of what lies ahead we will all be lucky people Want to listen to one of Paul s radio appearances Its a great show featuring 5 songs interspersed with funny moments Click KCRW and then click on Listen 2002 Album of the Year Not everyone ignored Paul Westerberg during the past year Some consider Stereo and Mono as the best album of 2002 2003 and beyond The documentary film of the Come Feel me Tremble tour premiered in San Francisco during the summer The DVD was released in late October along with an accompanying soundtrack and Dead Man Shake The Grandpaboy release is good bluesy music with a Westerbergian swing Shedding alter ego he re emerges as the real Westerberg for Come feel me tremble But he has also shed more than that inhibitions and formulae are discarded as well Thereby it is the real Westerberg not only in identity but also in its truthfulness simplicity and genius for this is the best record he has made Who knows what Folker Spring 2004 will sound like but the present sounds damm good In praise of musical genius a literary appreciation My friend Nick Hornby published a book of musical recollections entitled 31 Songs Here s his take on Born for me which sums the musicality of Paul Paul Westerberg everyone s favourite coulda beena contender is no pianist but his solo on Born for me is just lovely maybe because he s the singer songwriter and knows what his song feels like to him and therefore what it should feel like to us Born for me is a ragged ballad with a Waitsian lonely losers lyric and an affectively heartsick tune the solo is basically played with one finger and initially at least consists of three notes but it sounds great to me not in a punky do it yourself way although frankly you could once you ve heard it but in a strangely intensely muscal way A better pianist would have wrecked the moment filled in the gaps failed to recognize how the tune has exerted a spell over the right listener somebody with little talent and absolutely no ear would simply have chosen the wrong three notes Just as you know intuitively when the simplest and crudest brushstrokes have been made by a proper artist I can never listen to the solo without thinking that it s played by a born musician not a virtuoso not even somone who could make a living as a pianist in a cocktail lounge just a man who thinks and feels and loves and speaks in music Tommy Stinson in London Paul Westerberg live at The Scala It s been 11 years since the Borderline show Tonight he returned to play the favourites but reluctantly without much heart standard songs served sloppily The cold start failed to silence the maddening crowd Slowly the emotion and grace with which My Dad First Glimmer and

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