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Contains lectures, essays, diaries and different writings, together with "How to enhance the area (You Will simply Make issues Worse)" and "Juilliard Lecture."

"This ebook is so wealthy in principles correct to all types of creative, philosophical, and social endeavors, that I doubt if any open-minded and clever individual wouldn't be challenged [by] this compendium of provocative aphorisms, highbrow absurdities, and formulations so unique they are going to probably make experience to a couple, nonsense to others"--Richard Kostelanetz, Denver Quarterly

"Our first and top all-American dadaist... and his prose kind is the best seeing that Gertrude Stein."-- The Kirkus Reviews

"A 12 months from Monday is a mosaic whose half and whose complete are an analogous thing...and you had higher no longer omit either the woodland and the timber; and also you greater now not fear approximately combined metaphor alongside the way." --Martin final, WBAI - FM, long island City

"Cage's writings doesn't let us know what to imagine up to it makes us imagine I a specific way... cage demonstrates in an unpretentious, refined advert forceful method the profound religious foundation of avante-garde art."--American pupil

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People are people, not plants. " Certainly we do. We show it by getting out of their way. ( A r t and Brown's idea) where we thought there weren't any, turns us (my idea) not "on" money are in this world together, and they need each other to keep on going. but into artists. Orthodox seating arrangement in synagogues. Indians have known Perhaps they're both on their way out. Money'll become a credit card without a it for ages: life's a dance, a play, illusion. Lila. Maya. Twentieth-century art's opened our eyes.

51 He is a critic. No matter how inspired it may have been, he refuses another's leap to a conclusion empty. Skulduggery. if it reveals that what was to be done was not done. He is puzzled by a work that Focus. Include one's looking. Include one's seeing. Include one's using. It and its use and its action. As it is, was, might be (each as a single tense, all as one). A = B. A is B. A represents B (do what I do, do what I say). g. between painting and sculpture). Shrugging his shoulders he smiles.

Mrs. Coomaraswamy began interpreting the picture, which was of a girl in a sweater standing in a landscape. Everything, it turned out, referred precisely to the subjects with which Joseph Campbell was concerned, including the number in the upper right-hand corner. Alan Watts gave a party that started in the afternoon, New Year's Eve, and lasted through the night and the following day. Except for about four hours which we spent napping we were never without food or drink. Alan Watts lived near Millbrook.

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