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Stéphane Mallarmé - father of hypertext? Possibly. See "Un Coup de Dés."  limpingdevilpress.wordpress.com

Stéphane Mallarmé - French poet and critic. Photo by Félix Nadar

Kahlil Gibran (1883-1931) Lebanese born American poet and novelist, photographed by Day, F. Holland, ca. 1896.

Kahlil Gibran 1883-1931 Lebanese Born Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

If I have a son, I'm definitely naming him Khalil. It would be the greatest homage to my favorite poet. Kahlil Gibran Lebanese born American poet and novelist, photographed by Day, F. Holland, ca.

"But who are we, where do we come from / When all those years / Nothing but idle talk is left / And we are nowhere in the world?"  – Boris Pasternak (10 February 1890 – 30 May 1960)

"But who are we, where do we come from / When all those years / Nothing but idle talk is left / And we are nowhere in the world?" – Boris Pasternak February 1890 – 30 May

last-picture-show: “ “Irving Penn, Carson McCullers, New York, 1950 ” ”

Carson McCullers, New York by Irving Penn - Carson McCullers, New York, 1950 Platinum palladium print Image: x in.) Sheet: 25 x 20 in.) Signed, stamped and numbered on verso Printed 1970 Edition Estimate USD Opening Bid USD

Structuralism - Claude Lévi-Strauss: "Myths, rituals, kinship relations... they all can be studied as if they were structured as a language. Every culture has different social and cultural signs, but there exist basic sets of laws that are common to all cultural organisations that rule the structure of such system of signs. I will find them!"

Primer: Claude Lévi-Strauss and the Problem of Mind

Explore the best Edmund Leach quotes here at OpenQuotes. Quotations, aphorisms and citations by Edmund Leach

André Gide (1869-1951) in 1893. || 'The only drama that interests me is the debate of the individual with whatever keeps him from being authentic, with whatever is opposed to his integrity, to his integration. Most often the obstacle is within him. All the rest is merely accidental.' || (Journal, 1930)

André Gide, looking pretty much like a Parisian novelist is supposed to look.

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