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Wednesday, January 27, 2016


Pretty cool combo, Poe and Burroughs!  Check it out!

On OpenCulture.com:
"The label “American original” gets slapped onto a lot of different people, but it seems to me that, especially in the realm of letters, we could find no two luminaries who merit it more in the 19th century than psychological horror pioneer Edgar Allan Poe, and in the 20th century William S. Burroughs, sui generis even within the Beat Generation. So how could we resist featuring the recording just below, free to hear on Spotify (whose software, if you don’t have it yet, you can download here), of Burroughs reading Poe’s tale — because, as you know if you read him, he wrote not stories but tales — “The Masque of the Read Death”?

LISTEN and READ MORE HERE: http://www.openculture.com/2016/01/william-s-burroughs-reads-edgar-allan-poes-the-masque-of-the-red-death.html

 

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