Wordy Blog 2015-01
Word Frequency in Titus Andronicus
Julie Taymor's Titus
The Masque of the Red Death
the Barbarism of Specialization (philosophy) (by Jose Ortega Y Gasset)
Demonic Males: Apes and the Origins of Human Violence
hi, i heard you failed in English?
WHO telled you? it is unpossible. I sawed the result yesterday, i passed away.
bye, god blast u.
How the Steel Was Tempered
Nikolai Alexeevich Ostrovsky (Russian: Николай Алексеевич Островский; 1904 to 1936) was a Soviet socialist realist writer. He is best known for his renowned novel 〈How the Steel Was Tempered〉 on the Russian Civil War, when he is paralyzed and blind.
from Nikolai Ostrovsky
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garments, rent, timidity, incensed, assuage, imploring, impious, parricide, affinity, resentment. Words in: Art: The Rape of the Sabine Women
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English Accent: Why Kevin Spacey's accent in House of Cards sounds off 📺
[Why Is Academic Writing So Academic? By Joshua Rothman. At http://www.newyorker.com/books/page-turner/why-is-academic-writing-so-academic , accessed on 2015-01-28 ]
English Phonetics: IPA vs American Heritage Dictionary vs Merriam-Webster
Poem: The Bell Tolls for Thee; 鐘為汝鳴
The Carnal Prayer Mat 《肉蒲团》 〈The Carnal Prayer Mat〉
etymology of “imbecile”
[etymology of imbecile https://www.etymonline.com/word/imbecile] «1540s, imbecille “weak, feeble” (especially in reference to the body), from Middle French imbecile (15c.), from Latin imbecillus “weak, feeble” (see imbecility). Sense shifted to mental weakness from mid-18c. As a noun, “feeble-minded person,” it is attested from 1802. Traditionally an adult with a mental age of roughly 6 to 9 (above an idiot but beneath a moron).»