Max Beerbohm’s Poet Caricatures
|October 18, 2012|
A selection of poet caricatures by Max Beerbohm.
Coleridge, table-talking, 1904
Oscar Wilde, 1916
Henrik Ibsen, Receiving Mr William Archer in Audience, 1904
Lord Byron, shaking the dust of England from his shoes, 1904
Riverside Scene. Algernon Swinburne Takes his Great New Friend Gosse to See Gabriel Rossetti, 1916
Mr. Matthew Arnold. To him, Miss Mary Augusta, his niece: “Why Uncle Matthew, oh why, will you not be always wholly serious”, 1904
Ned [Burne-Jones] and Topsy [William Morris] settled in the settle at Red Lion Square, 1917
William Shakespeare, his method of work, 1904
Robert Burns, having set his hand to the plough, looks back at Highland Mary, 1904
The Death of Romance in the Shadow of the Colossus
These are the two modalities through which you engage the world of Shadow of the Colossus: In the journey, you are the lost soul; in the encounter, you become the lover and the warrior, carried by your passions into mortal struggles with the Colossi. These guardian monsters, your adversaries, fill in the emotional frame established by your travels through the Forbidden Land.
I Know You Ain't Perfect, But I Like You To Try
DMX’s lyrics have always been excessively violent, even within the standards of the genre. As a performer, DMX gave his all to his audience, sharing his darkest thoughts, psychological troubles and drug abuse struggles. Beyond his darkness, the singer also shared with his listeners his desperate quest for God, by featuring a prayer – usually delivered a cappella – on every one of his albums.
Penny Goring & Rauan Klassnik jst spk, woa
words or pics, it’s all the same to me, i don’t draw lines. my exes mum, after reading a poem of mine, he told me she sed to him: ‘someone needs to get her to stop. will she ever draw the line?’ but i won’t. because i don’t want to. if something happened to me it is mine. i can do what i like with it.