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Subject: Alan Furst
Ahh ... Alan Furst.
Have just received the paperback issue of Spies of Warsaw, impatiently awaited since it was published in hardback almost a year ago.
As was your reviewer, Mr. Risley, I have been mesmerised, enchanted and seduced by Furst's writing, his characters and his locations.
Alexander de Milja, The Polish Officer, is perhaps the most sympathetic person I ever have read, but even characters included merely as window dressing manage to draw the reader in.
Such as Momo Tsipler and his Wienerwald Companions, five of them, including the oldest cellist in captivity, as well as a tiny violinist, wings of white hair fluffed out above the ears, Rex the drummer, Hoffy on the clarinet, and Momo himself, a Viennese Hungarian in metallic green dinner jacket.
Ahh ... Alan Furst!--- John Pasteur
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RE: WHAT DOES DADA DO
Aloha from Hawaii !
I enjoy your site...
My introduction: www.future-link.com is my homage to musicians with disabilities.
Neodadabass is my method of getting outside of myself out of my box and do music!
http://www.future-link.com/neodadabass/ is something I put together the other day after exploring ways to use or apply dada; it came to me that
"Dada has given me the key to get out of the box of self imposed limits and a tool to stretch the envelope with." - Gary Is
If you make artistic discoveries
and if all of a sudden your head begins to crackle with laughter,
If you find all your ideas useless and ridiculous, know that
IT IS DADA BEGINNING TO SPEAK TO YOU
Outrageous!--- Gary Dadabass
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