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HOMER PLAYS MACBETH
Now that I've heard the rest of the yarn, which I've cut in two phases because it was quite long but very interesting… my opinion on criticizing or getting a critic to cipher what's the background of a poem or a story script could be very sensitive, because we can never identify what state of mind the writer is into. Agreeably written words are not enough to reveal deep or dark feelings. We can only guess, the mystery, the suspense, the spontaneity is felt sometimes but most part could be made-up, just as when Shakespeare wrote Macbeth, or Hamlet - which are fictional stories; maybe bases on current situations and living viewpoint!. Hamlet cried over Polonius - did he not?
Michael Lista on Canadian Poetry, the Saudi Arms Deal, MacBeth and Men Crying
Nigel Beale Published on Nov 5, 2018
Michael at his home in Toronto to talk about his essays - Strike Anywhere (Porcupine's Quill, 2016) Canadian Poetry, Rupi Kaur, Al Purdy and Wordsworth, common speech and common sense, Carmine Starnino and The Lover's Quarrel, John Metcalf, Leonard Cohen and schmaltz, John Thompson, Dante, Scott Griffin, the Saudi arms deal, Margaret Atwood, MacBeth, long-form investigative journalism, crime reporting, self-interest, radical truth-telling and men crying.
Published on Nov 5, 2018
Homer says Macbeth's famous monologue
Published on Apr 10, 2012
Way too many topics in one session!
However I like the short synopsis of Macbeth's philosophy, this part is it so au-courrant of the current 'Globalist Wars' on every western country we knew as peaceful and cultivated with Art and historical knowledge.
Gaeia (Gurglet) said:
my opinion on criticizing or getting a critic to cipher what's the background of a poem or a story script could be very sensitive, because we can never identify what state of mind the writer is into.
"Way too many topics in one session! "
LISTA have a lot of things on his list to do and say, he is ripe for another book!
Why should you read "Macbeth"? - Brendan Pelsue
There’s a play so powerful that an old superstition says its name should never be uttered in a theater. A play that begins with witchcraft and ends with a bloody, severed head. A play filled with riddles, prophecies, nightmare visions, and lots of brutal murder. But is it really all that good? Brendan Pelsue explains why you should read (or revisit) "Macbeth." Lesson by Brendan Pelsue, directed by Silvia Prietov.
TED-Ed Published on 2 Nov 2017
Well that's certainly great to hear!
There’s a play so powerful that an old superstition says its name should never be uttered in a theater.
The cartoon animation is pretty well done! If this won't get youth to understand Macbeth all, nothing will!
BTW the synchro is pretty well off?!?!
GREAT for Nigel Beale he is a great communicator!~! I was listening to this in my garage while I was fixing my garden tools.
Michael Lista uses too many 'F' words in his vocabulary and this came just handy while I was doing my best to manage my tools with more 'F' words by yours truly!
Since he likes to write about criminal stories, he should start one about Hillary Clinton criminal frauds, corruption, murder, aka KILLARY the most psychopathic woman in the U.S!
She could beat Macbeth and Hamlet's play to make Shakespeare blush even in his grave!