“ADVENTURERS” of various types

21 Dec
Him

Him

Male

Erik Lönnrot, adventuring in ambiguity ‘Death and the Compass” found in “Ficciones.’

 

Female                                                                 

Ching Shih, prostitute and pirate, “The Widow Ching, Lady Pirate” found within “A Universal History of Infamy”

Music

Music Box

 

Art

            “Arte Poetica”, http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=Z8ub51de-YI

 

Writing

            “Borges and I” found in his collection “The Maker” or HERE .

 

Christian

“Christ on the Cross”  translated by Willis Barnstone

http://www.aprweb.org/poem/christ-cross

 

Muslim

“A Double for Mohammed”, within “A History of Infamy”, second section “Etcetera” from Emmanuel Swedenborg’s  Vera Christiana Religio, 1771

 

Accidental

“The Gospel According to Mark”, from “Dr. Brodie’s Report” Translated by Norman di Giovanni.

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2 Responses to ““ADVENTURERS” of various types”

  1. cindy knoke December 22, 2012 at 1:31 am #

    Thank you Wally for the leads.

    • Waldo "Wally" Tomosky December 22, 2012 at 12:54 pm #

      You are welcome. I don’t know if you see Courtenay Bluebird’s posts. She sometimes gives a key word and hopes we follow up on it. Her word yesterday was “adventure.” Have you read Jorge Luis Borges’ work?

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