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The Ghosts of Ravencrest: Danse Macabre #7

(Danse Macabre, the 7th installment in The Ghosts of Ravencrest series, will be available next week)

House of Fear

Even as governess Belinda Moorland and her handsome employer, Eric Manning, grow closer, she is haunted by her own past  – and Ravencrest’s. 129 more words

Horror

Memento Mori

Saat pertemuan pertama kelas sejarah kelas XI dulu, sang guru berbicara panjang lebar tentang sejarah kerajaan Hindu-Buddha di Indonesia. Entah mengapa tiba-tiba topik pembicaraan (ceramah, sih, lebih tepatnya) berbelok ke seputar sejarah dunia. 831 more words

Thoughts

Danse Macabre (the cartoon dance of death)

I would like to say going in that there are good reasons why young people can become obsessed with death and suffering and the color black and the dance towards the grave.   541 more words

Cartoon Story

Danse Macabre (the cartoon dance of death)

I would like to say going in that there are good reasons why young people can become obsessed with death and suffering and the color black and the dance towards the grave.   541 more words

Paffooney

A Heavy World Premiere of La Jeune Fille et La Mort by Les Grands Ballets

Oh spring, that great metaphor for new life and new beginnings. With the green buds finally making their appearance on Montreal’s bare trees, the feeling of renaissance is ripe throughout the city, wiping memories of winter from our mind for the next six months or so until the cycle of death and new life starts up again, like it does every year. 918 more words

Review

What's in a picture? Mussorgsky and Saint Säens


Contemporaneous but completely different; you get the sense composers Camille St Säens and Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky might have led very different lives, from two very different portraits. 283 more words

Arts & Culture

The Gold Monster: "I'm Not A Xylophone!"

xylophone |ˈzīləˌfōn|

noun

a musical instrument played by striking a row of wooden bars of graduated length with one or more small wooden or plastic mallets. 247 more words

Arnold Faber