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by Mark J. Belson
Publisher: Exposition Press; First Edition edition (1976)
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In the first century . Ovid recounts the strange mythological tale of Marsyas and Apollo in his monumental work Metamorphoses
In the first century . Ovid recounts the strange mythological tale of Marsyas and Apollo in his monumental work Metamorphoses.
Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780682485593. Release Date:January 1976.
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The Book of Illusions is a novel by American writer Paul Auster, published in 2002. It was nominated for the International Dublin Literary Award in 2004
The Book of Illusions is a novel by American writer Paul Auster, published in 2002. It was nominated for the International Dublin Literary Award in 2004. Set in the late 1980s, the story is written from the perspective of David Zimmer, a university professor who, after losing his wife and children in a plane crash, falls into a routine of depression and isolation
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The book of illusions. 1. EVERYONE THOUGHT HE was deade. But none of that happened, for the fact was that Hector was only just beginning to make his mark in Hollywood when his career ended. He had come too late to exploit his talents fully, and he hadn’t stayed long enough to leave a lasting impression of who he was or what he could do. A few more years went by, and little by little people stopped thinking about him. By 1932 or 1933, Hector belonged to an extinct universe, and if there were any traces of him left, it was only as a footnote in some obscure book that no one bothered to read anymore.
At first Marsyas outplayed Apollo, angering the deity. Marsyas’s skin was hung from a pine tree near the Turkish frontier. However, local police did find books on Nazi medical experiments, including those done at Buchenwald, along with the lampshade Gein made of human skin. In response, Apollo turned his lyre upside down and repeated the same tune. Marsyas could not match this on his flute, so the Muses declared Apollo the winner. Ovid says the satyr, his sinews uncovered, his trembling veins exposed, became nothing unless a wound.
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I seen a figurehead talking on the news today He said he'd gone and moved a body in a positive way Like a slight of hand that happens quick He's gonna bust out this magic trick It's impossible that what we're seeing is gonna come together. But it's making me go crazy Trying to figure out this illusion. But it's making me go crazy Making me go crazy Making me go crazy Trying to figure out this illusion.
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