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skip to main content x --> litkicks about literary kicks search litkicks on facebook levi asher on twitter subscribe to feed archives (1994 to 2015) archives (1994 to 2015) facebook twitter subscribe about litkicks literary kicks midsummer in wintermarc eliot stein • january 28th, 2017american british classics comedy drama existential fantasy film jazz age love music nature reviews tributes i fell particularly in love with shakespeare's "a midsummer night's dream" when i saw it performed in central park in new york city — a perfect setting, long ago, outdoors on a summer night, with a bemused william hurt as a commanding oberon. i loved the play not for its thin various plotlines, but for the metaphysical confrontation at its center. two quarreling couples and a ragtag theater group wander separately into a forest near athens where they fall into the clutches of the magical beings who live in wild nature: fairies, sprites, indeterminate magical troublemakers and vengeful rulers of the spirit world, whose various dramas parallel those of the mortals they observe. the play exists where the two realms meet, though the harried souls who populate both worlds are so lost in their private agonies and yearnings that they barely care to register the alternate worlds that exist nearby. the pranks and romantic mishaps are light touches upon the possibilities shakespeare's great engine of juxtaposition provides. "midsummer night's dream" succeeds not so much for the play it actually is as for the suggestion of all the plays that could take place in this magical forest where mortals and spirits intersect. the key character is puck, or robin goodfellow, who flits from story to story and laughs about what fools these mortals be. the play's most sublime scene offers the possibility that a hapless but vain local garment worker might find himself suddenly bearing a donkey's head and making love to the great fairy queen herself in a comfortable flower petal bed while being tended to by winged forest creatures named peaseblossom, cobweb, mustardseed and moth. ... read more and add your thoughts (1 comments) our rhinoceros yearmarc eliot stein • december 30th, 2016american big thinking comedy drama eastern european ecology existential film french history politics postmodernism psychology in the play called rhinoceros by the romanian dramatist eugene ionesco, two men are sitting in a cafe in a small french town when the improbable news arrives that a rhinoceros was seen in town. soon the two men look out the window to see several rhinoceroses rampaging through the streets. they are surprised at this development, of course ... and then one of the two men starts transforming into a rhinoceros as well. eugene ionesco had grown up in romania, one of several eastern european nations shattered by the first world war that eagerly allied with hitler for the second. ionesco's rhinoceros is about romania, of course — about decent citizens of a modern society who transform into witless, delirious fascists, and about one decent citizen, the protaganist berenger, who does not catch the disease but cannot cure those who do. rhinoceros presents a blunt metaphor, but ionesco has also delivered subtler messages about the dangerously thin veneer of civil society during his long career as a romanian absurdist playwright in french exile. his earlier play the bald soprano offers a polite dinner party in which a few friends and romantic partners discover that language has ceased to be a connective tissue between them. they all know each other, and yet they suddenly find themselves unable to discern their relationships and even their own identities. the more they try to talk, the more they teeter towards complete estrangement. ... read more and add your thoughts (3 comments) eamon loingsigh in exilemarc eliot stein • december 18th, 2016american being a writer classics fiction history indie interviews la boheme new york city publishing transcendentalism writers create whole worlds; we see this most often in the realms of science fiction and fantasy. eamon loingsigh is a brooklyn writer whose world is fully grounded in urban reality — the rough waterfront docks of auld irishtown in brooklyn, 100 years ago. his first novel light of the diddicoy introduced a teenage striver, liam garrity, who arrives from ireland and quickly comes to understand how high the stakes for survival are in new york city. the second book in this trilogy, exile on bridge street, came out in october. the boundaries of eamon loingsigh's own difficult literary exile can be mapped via the eclectic, inquisitive articles he has contributed to literary kicks over the past few years, including revolt on mount parnassus: an allegory in copy/paste, lautreamont: the other, the salinger mystique and taylor mead: a bowery glimpse. marc: when light of the diddicoy came out in 2014 you told us about your mission to represent the unknown history of irish-americans in brooklyn, and in new york city. but your trilogy is not only about a chronicle of a people but also the story of one lonesome immigrant, struggling to survive in a frightening land. i think william garrity is a great character, a teenager getting by (just barely) by the power of his courage and wit, and a tormented soul who is forced to make terrible choices without looking back. is the hero of your book meant to symbolize the irish-american experience, or does he symbolize something more personal to you? eamon: liam garrity is fourteen when he travels from a farm in ireland to new york city, so obviously liam represents innocence in the summation alone. when you introduce a reader to a new world, such as brooklyn during the 1910s, it is helpful that the narrator was also experiencing it for the first time. millions of irish landed in new york city with no money, but gobs of hope and limitless will. liam embodies these traits, but they are not just irish traits, they are human, and the same can be said of our italian, jewish, asian and german ancestors as well as today’s latino or arabic immigrants. hoping for success in a new world so that he can his help his family, like so many immigrants have experienced in this city, is a sweeping, multi-generational theme. ... read more and add your thoughts (2 comments) a time for kicks, a time for inspirationmarc eliot stein • december 1st, 2016american beat generation being a writer big thinking ecology litkicks love modernism poetry politics we always knew our country could fall victim to a right-wing coup. it's happening right now, in the form of a stolen election by the repulsive donald trump, and everything we cherish is at stake: our freedom, our democracy, our basic human decency, our lives and the lives of those we love. well, who ever said freedom came cheap? many people i know are shocked into silent despair and fear by the specter of a racist sexual predator con-man dictator throwing our constitution in the garbage with a phony call to "make america great again". i'm refusing to be silent or afraid, and am fortifying myself with an immortal source of strength: the literature of struggle. some americans in both blue and red states may have grown morally soft through pampered living. we're finding out just how soft many americans are as we observe the reactions to trump's fascist coup. but literature offers us guideposts for the fight against totalitarianism and brutal power politics. many of our greatest writers were intimately familiar with the horrors of dystopian violence and oppression. ... read more and add your thoughts (13 comments) november 2016: our fight beginsmarc eliot stein • november 9th, 2016american big thinking ecology litkicks memes new york city news politics i saw the trump victory coming. i hoped with all my heart it wouldn't happen, but i've known since the day he was nominated that my beloved country had fallen prey to a sickness that would not be easily cured. i spent election night in new york city, hoping to celebrate a hillary clinton win but dreading the uncertainty, and i wandered times square as the shock of trump's likely victory set in. trump is not popular in new york city, and before last night i'd never seen times square so filled with people and yet so desolate, so quiet, so sad. a little after 1 am, i saw a small group of people sitting down on the long sidewalks and closed roads around 43rd street and broadway, as if holding a vigil or starting a new occupy movement. some were talking loudly, mouthing off, looking for arguments — others murmuring quietly to their friends. it made me feel good to sit there with them a few minutes, and to imagine that this was the beginning of a new sit-in, a new nonviolent protest movement. maybe it called me back to the joyful hopes i felt five years earlier during the early weeks of the occupy movement, which seems so far away now, though the experiences we shared in that protest uprising will surely inform us in the next protest uprising that must now begin. a couple of days earlier, i had written an article for pacifism21 titled "if trump wins, our fight begins". dear friends, dear litkicks readers, dear good people everywhere in the world ... i don't know how we will fight back now that we have made the dumb mistake of empowering a fascist authoritarian to have control over our own lives. ... read more and add your thoughts (11 comments) to be trans: lili elbe and meapril rose schneider • october 1st, 2016biography existential film jazz age la boheme love nature personal psychology reading transgressive victorian women (april rose schneider has written for litkicks about novelist richard farina and rush lyricist neil peart. this is by far her most personal piece. thanks, april. —marc) "whom the gods would destroy they first make mad." — euripidies, from "prometheus" einar wegener—europe's best known transgender person in the early 20th century—lived a satisfying and perhaps gratifying male life for a very short time. he painted and partied, drank and danced and sailed on the clear calm water of life for his first twenty years. if he caught a glimpse of storm clouds gathering on the horizon he gave no hint. but the storm was coming, and a strange lightning bolt would strike einar, shattering his egg shell mind, stripping his flesh all the way down to the bone. this is a description of the life of einar wegener aka lili elbe … and about the way my own life resembled theirs. the plural will make sense as we proceed. i know the transgender journey well. i too suffered the same path of secret despair and self loathing in the grip of gender dysphoria before it was a recognized medical concept. at the age of 12 — a tad earlier than einar if we are to believe the apocryphal storyline of his autobiography the danish girl and the movie based on it — i realized that i was the only person in the world who felt displaced in a body incongruous with my emotional self. when i was not quite ten years old i discovered the life of christine jorgensen, america's first lady of trans, and a little light went off deep within my awareness. perhaps, i dared to hope, i was not alone? ... read more and add your thoughts (2 comments) what would leo tolstoy tell us about donald trump?marc eliot stein • august 24th, 2016american big thinking classics existential fiction history politics psychology russian i look to the greatest pacifists for inspiration when answers are hard to find, and that’s why i recently pondered what martin luther king would say to donald trump if he could witness the absurd spectacle of the 2016 republican candidate for president. it doesn’t take a genius to figure out that mlk would have counseled us to take the high road against the loudmouth boor. but this tells us what martin luther king would have said to us, not what he would have said directly to donald trump, and likewise we can guess that the great russian novelist and pacifist leo tolstoy would have had more to say about donald trump than to donald trump. this connects to one of the major themes of tolstoy’s life’s work, as reflected in the epilogue that closes his masterpiece war and peace. in these stirring but often misunderstood pages, tolstoy savaged the idea that we can study politics or history by focusing our attention on individual people, no matter how much “power” these people seem to have amassed. that kind of power is an illusion, tolstoy said. leaders don’t move the masses; the masses move their leaders. tolstoy thundered at the end of war and peace about the way intelligent citizens of a progressive society often allow themselves to be dazzled into stupidity by obsessing over the personality quirks or private motivations of individual politicians, generals or public figures. political analysis that resembles celebrity journalism completely misses the big trends and grand motivations that move nations and masses. our failure to grasp the actual engine of political action renders us ineffectual and clueless in the face of dramatic societal trends, even as these trends affect or dominate our lives. but celebrity-based politics is popular — and not only among our dumber fellow citizens. it often occupies our loftier intellects, our most educated minds, our cleverest pundits. but we’re wasting our time when we approach mass psychology with a gaze attuned to individual psychology. we’re gazing at fractured miniature reflections in a room of broken mirrors, seeing fragments that fail to produce a whole. how many articles have you read about the personality of donald trump? or, for that matter, about the personality of hillary clinton? but we the american people are suffering for mistakes that have nothing to do with the personality of either public figure. we’re so dazzled and distracted by the endless pointless clues found in the realm of individual psychology that we fail to see the evidence of group psychology that actually dominates our everyday world, and drives the decisions we live by. to begin to understand the structure of society and the engine of history, tolstoy said, we must broaden our focus beyond the minds of individual political and military leaders. we need to direct this attention to a more mysterious force: our group mind, our herd mind, our collective self. ... read more and add your thoughts (5 comments) midsummer in winter marc eliot stein • january 28th, 2017 no responses to "midsummer in winter" our rhinoceros year marc eliot stein • december 30th, 2016 no responses to "our rhinoceros year" eamon loingsigh in exile marc eliot stein • december 18th, 2016 no responses to "eamon loingsigh in exile" a time for kicks, a time for inspiration marc eliot stein • december 1st, 2016 no responses to "a time for kicks, a time for inspiration" november 2016: our fight begins marc eliot stein • november 9th, 2016 this article is part of the series big thinking. the previous post in the series is big thinking: jung and the electoral map. no responses to "november 2016: our fight begins" what would leo tolstoy tell us about donald trump? marc eliot stein • august 24th, 2016 no responses to "what would leo tolstoy tell us about donald trump?" beat nourishment marc eliot stein • june 1st, 2016 no responses to "beat nourishment" more recent articles ... for more recent litkicks articles, please visit the complete 2016 archive page. read more about more recent articles ... news and updates from ... the trump crisis is america's tolstoy moment to save ourselves, we must never stop protesting fighting trump: we must change our lives more from litkicks on facebook ... i've never heard the great virginia woolf's actual voice before, and yet i feel i recognize it from her books.posted by literary kicks on wednesday, january 27, 2016 search form search becoming myselfby marc eliot stein friday, january 29, 2016 05:54 pmafter using a pen name for 21 years, i suddenly realize i don't want to carry it around anymore. ... read more and add your thoughts (13 comments) news and updates from ... the trump crisis is america's tolstoy moment to save ourselves, we must never stop protesting fighting trump: we must change our lives more from litkicks on facebook ... i've never heard the great virginia woolf's actual voice before, and yet i feel i recognize it from her books.posted by literary kicks on wednesday, january 27, 2016 search form search becoming myselfby marc eliot stein friday, january 29, 2016 05:54 pmafter using a pen name for 21 years, i suddenly realize i don't want to carry it around anymore. ... read more and add your thoughts (13 comments)


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