Fb2 Man is a Mystery. It Must be Unraveled...: A Collection of Dostoyevsky's Thoughts on the Human Condition, from Anger to Youth ePub
by Compiled Bruce Crane
|Author:||Compiled Bruce Crane|
|Publisher:||iUniverse (January 11, 2001)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1408 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1619 kb|
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Black Thought: It really started coming together during an interview that I was doing with a brother named Barry Micheal . He was a philosopher He was an essayist, a novelist. But what he did was he spoke to the social and political, and spiritual struggles of his time in the same way that I do.
Black Thought: It really started coming together during an interview that I was doing with a brother named Barry Micheal Cooper, for the New York Times. I think was like a lifestyle article. And during the interview, at some point, he said to me, he said, You’re like the hip-hop Dostoevsky. His time was in 19th century Russia, or whatever, but he did it in such a passionate and transcendent way that I was honored to have been compared. I was honored that he made that comparison.
I wondered if the poor devil had been hammered on the Stock Exchange or run over by an omnibus
I wondered if the poor devil had been hammered on the Stock Exchange or run over by an omnibus. Isn't it dreadful? He's run away from his wife. Miss Waterford certainly felt that she could not do her subject justice on the curb of Jermyn Street, and so, like an artist, flung the bare fact at me and declared that she knew no details. I could not do her the injustice of supposing that so trifling a circumstance would have prevented her from giving them, but she was obstinate
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