My name is Thomas Leuthard and I’m a Street Photographer from Switzerland. I travel around the World to document the ordinary life on the street. For me Street Photography is a passion, a way of life and not a job or something I do for a living. That’s why I enjoy doing it in my spare time without any pressure. I will do it for as long as I enjoy it and maybe one day I will do something else. I started writing down my knowledge in May 2011 as a blog and then as an eBook. Why another book?...
In this volume of interviews and collected writings, Joy Harjo acts as
a guide, taking us on a journey into her identity as a woman and as
an artist, poised between poetry and music, encompassing tribal heritage,
productive reassessments, and comparisons with the American
cultural patrimony. But even before presenting herself in an exquisitely
literary context, she proudly underlines her Indian roots, and this allembracing
assertion unceasingly leaves a profoundly coherent mark
on form and content.
Nowhere is the human being more truly revealed than in his letters. Notin literary letters--prepared with care,
and the thought of possible publication--but in those letters wrought out of the press of circumstances, and
with no idea of print in mind. A collection of such documents, written by one whose life has become of
interest to mankind at large, has a value quite aside from literature, in that it reflects in some degree at least
the soul of the writer.
The letters of Mark Twain are peculiarly of the revealing sort. He was a man of few restraints and of no
Ever since civilized man has had a literature he has apparently sought to make selections from it and thus put his favorite passages together in a compact and convenient form. Certain it is, at least, that to the Greeks, masters in all great arts, we owe this habit. They made such collections and named them, after their pleasant imaginative fashion, a gathering of flowers, or what we, borrowing their word, call an anthology. So to those austere souls who regard anthologies as a labor-saving contrivance for the benefit of persons who like a smattering of knowledge and are never...