Literary Zen VIII

Literary Zen VIII



About Kurt Brindley

He is tall but he hopes to accomplish more in life than just that...
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18 Responses to Literary Zen VIII

  1. chrisrenney says:

    excellent reminder of one of my favourite writers and love the illustration.

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  2. kirizar says:

    Everyone should have a pencil drawing selfie. Or, perhaps, it only works if you have a fabulously flamboyant mustachio!?

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  3. Mari says:

    I see Jose Marti

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  4. lghoelson says:

    I’m going to go eat some salmon and get back to you on the memory and knowledge part.

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  5. Robyn says:

    Kurt, thanks for sharing de Maupassant’s cheery view on existence. What can one expect, however, from a writer, along with others, who liked nothing better than to dine beneath the much maligned Eiffel Tower in order that he couldn’t see it. For a good belly laugh, I recommend Poe. [that last statement might be facetious, and I apologise to Poe’s spirit, as I think he was a wonderful writer]. Good likeness. You’ve captured the sadness, Kurt.

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  6. De Maupassant! One of my favourite short story writers. I’m torn between him and Saki.

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  7. OK, I’ll check the post office to see if it’s in. Please send me a message via the contact page so we can communicate via email. Thanks, erica.



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