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Cat Power

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W.G. Sebald

"But now I found writing such hard going that it often took me a whole day to compose a single sentence, and no sooner had I thought such a sentence out, with the greatest effort, and written it down, than I saw the awkward falsity of my constructions and the inadequacy of all the words I had employed." -Austerlitz

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Friday, April 6, 2012

The World Of Henry Orient

FROM WIKIPEDIA.
Plot:  Concert pianist Henry Orient (Peter Sellers) is trying to have an affair with a married woman, Stella Dunnworthy (Paula Prentiss), while two teenage private-school girls, Valerie Boyd (Tippy Walker) and Marian Gilbert (Merrie Spaeth), stalk him and write their fantasies about him in a diary. Orient's paranoia leads him to believe that the two girls, who seem to pop up everywhere he goes, are spies sent by the husband of his would-be mistress. When Val's mother, Isabel Boyd (Angela Lansbury), finds their diary, she suspects that Henry has acted inappropriately with her daughter. She contacts Orient and they end up having an affair. Val finds out about it, as does her dad.

 An Excellent Piece on The World Of Henry Orient @Radiator Heaven

 

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Quote

''There is a drowned sort of yellow light in the west, and the impression of desolation and melancholy is remarkable.''-Edward Gorey, 'The Unstrung Harp'

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