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August Heat

AUGUST HEAT by William Fryer Harvey, a short story from the early 1900's which, even by today's standards, is creepy. Plus the Educational Review Forum.

A Passion in the Desert by HONORÉ DE BALZAC

Above photo posted with permission from © Walter S. Arnold ,

Edgar Allan PoeThe Raven, The Pit and The Pendulum, The Tell-Tale Heart, The Fall of the House of Usher, and The Cask of Amontillado.

In memory of Charles Schulz, Peanuts!

Optical Illusions are art without words.  See what you see!  The Master... MC Escher!

Robert Frost poem entitled "Escapist-Never" with The Seeker picture. The Literary Traveler.

Ayn Rand Excerpts from Ayn Rand novels and detailed biographical information plus an Ayn Rand Random Quote.

Notable authors whose first names are Anne| Ann| Ayn| Ayne| Anna, along with all variations have been gathered here as well as other individuals of the same name.

ee cummings ee cummings poems, including a look at ee's critique on the state of America and freedom as a breakfastfood. Check out Tomate's library of ee cummings which contains more of his writings and biography.

TREE by Joyce Kilmer, also Roofs, Old Poets, To A Blackbird and more.

After A While, by Veronica A. Shoffstall

Dr. Seuss Theodor S. Geisel (aka Dr. Seuss), perhaps the best writer for all ages with many parodies following in his path.  Support the Dr. Seuss National Memorial.

Paul Verlaine, a French poet, lived from 1844-1896.  All his poems reprinted here have been  translated into English.

Poem from his anthology entitled, Lovesongs Without Words (Romances Sans Paroles) published in 1874.
Poem from the book entitled, The Good Song (La Bonne Chanson) published in 1870.

Also for some more wonderful poems in French and English or Tennessee Bob's Famous French Links.

Emily Dickinson An expansive library of Emily Dickinson works from Bartleby. Here are a few favorites.

Four Loves, a short play which transforms into a poem by omitting the scene direction, stage ques, and the names of who's saying what (nothing else was deleted and no changes to the text were made in any way). I debated putting this in with Tidbits (see below) but it is simply too delightful, so I gave it its own space.

Sylvia Plath, author of The Bell Jar, and acclaimed poet.

The Swans, song entitled God Damn the Sun.

Black Tape for a Blue Girl, song entitled Through Sky Blue Rooms, with real audio.

Mark Strand Mark Strand (USA Poet Laureate, 1990) poem entitled "Keeping Things Whole".

Artist by Eric Bogosian, a monologue from part of a series, performed in NYC, 1989. *Notice* The views set forth herein do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the pagewriter, its sponsor or subsidiaries.

Movie review and from the soundtrack Run Lola Run, song entitled Believe by Franka Potente.

John Donne Donne & poets Blake, Byron, and more found on Professor's Home Page.

The Red Room by H.G. Wells.

Odds N Ends
are odds n' ends from here, there and everywhere which are quite profoundly poetic eschew surplusage.

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