Eliot and Irons ~ The Imaginative Conservative

Hearing T.S. Eliot’s poems read brings us back to the haunting beauty of the words themselves, and hearing the words unlocks Eliot’s powerful imagery, just as he would have wanted. Jeremy Irons’ classic rendition empowers this strange transaction, and through the words we are taken beyond the words to the realm of the Word… (essay by Dwight Longenecker)
— Read on theimaginativeconservative.org/2019/03/ts-eliot-jeremy-irons-dwight-longenecker.html

Pas de Duh – Taki’s Magazine – Taki’s Magazine

Not until the educated middle classes took up tattooing did anyone in the West suppose that the practice was anything other than a fairly primitive means of identification with a group, often a marginalized group at that; certainly no one imagined that a tattoo on the face could be “sweet” or that the words “I want to save and protect” tattooed on the shoulder were, or could be, a solution to anything at all.
— Read on www.takimag.com/article/pas-de-duh/