#1 By: Boing Boing, June 28th, 2013 15:17
There is something perverse and voyeuristic about visiting the private homes of famous people. Yet, as time goes by, I find the grand fame of public figures less interesting than their personal doings. I once visited the house where Kafka died, near Vienna. The barrenness of that sanatorium was so like the bareness and modesty… READ THE REST
#2 By: George Mokray, June 28th, 2013 15:47
Gabriela Mistral, the Nobel Prize winning poet from Chile, supposedly took her pen name because of her love for the poetry of d'Annunzio.
#3 By: Ashley Yakeley, June 28th, 2013 20:52
I heard about d'Annunzio from Hakim Bey's book TAZ, where he extols the wonders of d'Annunzio's anarcho-fascist "Italian Regency of Carnaro" in Fiume (now Rijeka), where music was declared the fundamental principle of the State.
#4 By: Victorhazzard, June 29th, 2013 07:55
shit, i knew he sounded familiar. i need to get a new copy of TAZ.
#5 By: Boing Boing, July 3rd, 2013 15:17
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