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Education And Life Skills …

Literature and Hemingway | My Screenshot | phb Cartoons and Satire | Credit phb | My Screenshot Literature | Credit phb My Mother Annita pretending my father is BOND, James Bond. There is nothing like a good education! My father was the first born son of a framer in Holstein, North Germany. However he become THE TEACHER after the 2nd WW. A lot of my own learning I owe to my parents, both born on farms north of Hamburg and south of Denmark between the horizons. In this summer 2022 I had the opportunity after three years of Covid, to revisit the two villages where they were born, only 25 km apart. One near IZ and one near RD. I dedicate this post to both my parents and my grandparents. My father died in 2000 at the age of 75, my mother is now 96 yrs old and wants to become 100 years old. Good on her … From Australia with best wishes Yours phb Credit phb

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U2 and Salman Rushdie

“In autumn 1999, I published my novel The Ground Beneath Her Feet, in which the Orpheus myth winds through a story set in the world of rock music. Orpheus is the defining myth for both singers and writers – for the Greeks, he was the greatest singer as well as the greatest poet – and it was my Orphic tale that finally made possible the collaboration we’d been kicking around. It happened, like many good things, without being planned. I sent Bono and U2’s manager, Paul McGuinness, prepublication copies of the novel, in typescript, hoping that they would tell me if the thing worked or not. Bono said afterwards that he had been worried on my behalf, believing that I had taken on an impossible task, and that he began reading the book in the spirit of a “policeman” – that is, to save me from my mistakes. Fortunately, the novel passed the test. Deep inside it is the lyric of what Bono called the novel’s “title track,” a sad elegy written by the main male character about the woman he loved, who has been swallowed up in an earthquake: a contemporary Orpheus’s lament for his lost Eurydice. Bono called me. “I’ve written this melody for your words, and I think it might be one of the best things I’ve done.” I was astonished. One of the novel’s principal images is that…

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