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"anna karenina" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"anna karenina" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"They are in Louis Armstrong right now like the kind of interest has flip-flopped directions, people going back to classic jazz. In now people are more interested in reading Anna Karenina. A true. Tried and true classic than they are with more trendy books like eat, pray love. Apparently, that's the kind of thing that's going up right now. So congrats to you if you are reading or have finished in a Karenina, you have already done more than we did to prep for. The. Exception right now I did actually make a billy Irish playlist today so. We'll. It didn't say down to zero person, okay. Well let us know if you read the book because we got to give you props for that or if you watch the movie, also good move. Flex rate now, yes, super easy to watch. And Louis Review. Santa far tiny letter to our tumbler links description, so it's a show on twitter. Yeah all the things all offense. Here's the next. What? Is Wondering what you think you've. been thinking about nothing, nothing wouldn't happen to wear a leather jacket and be able to pull off an extremely convincing, Adria but you wouldn't..

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"anna karenina" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

05:27 min | 8 months ago

"anna karenina" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"Mental health or your for your well being, but if you make bad choices or bad, things are done to you. It could be different every time. So the idea that if you have bad emotions, bad parents in bad feedback, it will actually have more impact on you than if you have good parents or good feedback, or whatever else is going on, so is a hypothesis more than a proven and tested principle, but it is something that discussed elsewhere outside of the world of literature. Interesting I hadn't heard. It used in like that. Many different ways like the economy. Or the Marquette. Yeah so apparently, not just families. Especially, talking about how this fits to the world of Gilmore, girls. Let's do it. So now, especially with an extra tidbit that you shared about Tolstoy, leaving his estate to one. Of His children. It makes me think that Lucas probably right that tolstoy was busy dealing with his family whether it was his fault, or there's too busy to comply. Although he did technically complete, his thought 'cause is in the book, but. He definitely could have been preoccupied while writing it. Yes. I think that's probably true. And something I read about in. Just watching the story unfold in the movie. It does seem like everybody's unhappy in some way or another. At some point, it doesn't seem like anyone is perfectly happy. which is probably true to life, but it's also like. A lot of unhappiness is caused by someone trying to be an individual while still being in a family unit. So. I feel like. It seems like Tolstoy is saying. Maybe nobody's happy. Because everybody's GonNa Struggle with us at all times, so everybody trying to make decisions that make themselves happy, but then it makes the people around them unhappy that kind of idea. Right, but it's like we are all individuals, and we are all part of families usually so. How can you ever? I Dunno be, both you have to sacrifice in both areas I suppose. And it seems like that's kind of. How Lebanon finds happiness in the end is choosing to be part of a family unit. Even when? It doesn't mean he gets to do everything he wants says an independent man. Would think. So yeah, I mean in Gilmore Girls. The Gilmore's are unhappy, but they figure out a way to be together. Luke and his family. UNHAPPY, but also they end up relying each other on the lot. Luke on his sister to in the end so. So he doesn't obscene, okay well. Maybe maybe I need my family a little bit too, but certainly in this. In this moment he's really frustrated. But yeah I mean the families more girls. They're all. They all have their bouts of unhappiness and happiness. It does feel like Anna Karenina great thing to reference in Gilmore. Girls just because. So, much of Gilmore Girls, I mean it is about family that's it's whole crux whether it's just Laura, and or you're looking larger, but even in this episode I mean this is win lane and her mom have their falling out. That's going on. And that's another example of lane, trying to find some independence and see where she still find out who she is and fit in with her family I mean just has come back to town, which means just a tornado of emotions for everybody surrounding him, and he's someone who's like I. Don't want to be part of a community or family at all. Seems completely unhappy at the same time. and. This is also an episode where law rely is trained to say hey. I'm dating Your Business Partner Dad. And that just completely in a hilarious way, just completely the bottom falls out on that and she had to be honest about that. Yeah! Yeah Festival says a good one for. Everybody's unhappy, but everybody's unhappy in very different ways almost episode with their family. Good Job Ashby. Yep. So Taylor soon. That's our show. That's our show. Watch Anna Karenina enjoyed yes well and one last fun fact for you. This episode may statistically be more relevant to you, but if we had recorded a a few months ago. I read an article in Fast Company, saying there is this. Recommendation engine called tastes dive, and they follow people's interests, and it sounds like people have been going back to the classics in quarantine. So for example. People are less interested in listening to Billie eyelash than.

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"anna karenina" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

08:46 min | 8 months ago

"anna karenina" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls

"Messes. It's like spill. Drink keeps spelling. YOU GOTTA keep cleaning it up against describing your scrubbing just at the state up. Show me a happy family. Just just want I. Mean doesn't that Tolstoy say something about families? Probably famous thing, he said it's like all families are unhappier or happy on the surface of unhappy in the same way or Incomplete! Maybe, it couldn't complete the thought stealer stinking family tailored. Could you have filled in the blanks of this quote for Luke? Maybe I mean I've definitely heard the actual real quote that he dances around before. I may not have gotten it word for word, but basically yes I had heard this quote before. Nice, maybe that's come. Reading several hundred page books I, however was not and I did not know this quote at all. Tolstoy I knew off there probably. Yes. In High School I watched a film adaptation of war and peace with Audrey Hepburn. Because as we've discussed, love me some Audrey. However, the movie adaptation is not very good by all accounts including my own. And I think in general I've just been sort of. Reluctant to dive into the lengthy world of Tolstoy for that reason, because if even the movie is not that great. Then, why would they wanna read? One Thousand Page version of the movie I didn't like while many people well as people I always go to movies with that are based on books. Have already read the book, and of course I never have. Always say Oh, the book was so much better and even your comment last episode about you. Don't if you wouldn't have read Harry, Potter than you think that you wouldn't have known what was going on, but I've been washing. The Harry Potter movies I've Read Harry Potter and I feel like I. Get it and but I think you're right. It's like it's magic whatever? Yes I think magic covers a multitude of plot holes in that world. I think high level. You can totally understand what's going on in Harry Potter. However we can get into a whole thing about how them cutting out. The backstory of the marauders map in the prisoner of Azkaban just really cuts. It's emotional weight, but we'll do that another time I gotcha yeah. The map was just kind of like a cool magic thing meet. I have watched the Harry Potter movies several times before, but I'm rewatching them because quarantine. Yeah. Totally Fair. Well! So bottom line. Neither you nor I were very familiar with tolstoy now. Do you feel like you get the big picture of what he's saying in this moment. Yes. I understood what he was saying basically. All families are a little unhappy is what he was getting at. But but yet did know about tolstoy. I think yeah big picture. Can annuities getting, but why not just say that? Unless you're going to quote somebody, in which case we gotta learn about the reference Yep so we watched the twenty twelve adaptation of Anna. Karenina Starring cure nightly as Anna Karenina. Yes will here let me I. Want to give you a little overview and see if any of the sounds familiar. We have. Here nightly Matthew. Mc Faded Dome Hog Listen. In a movie directed by Joe Wright. Does any of the sound familiar? I know that they did movies together, but I do not personally know the movies, so but I'm sure. That's where you come in Taylor. One of my all time. Favorite movies like all-time. Pride and prejudice thousand five. CM director seem like a bunch of the same cast I can watch an oath that person for prejudice, and I did have a little moment where in this movie Matthew mcvay incur- nightly airplane, brother and sister. But they enter a ball in dance together in a little part of me was like this. is like for Elizabeth and Darcy the. Anyway so I needed out a little bit. But we also have Alicia Candor Michelle. Dockery car. And Aaron. Taylor Johnson playing count. Vronsky, who was in avengers age Abol Tran. And Jude Law MMA boy love that guy. and. Also won an Oscar for best costume design will definitely be talking more about that, and it was also nominated for best cinematography original score in production design in holy cow. This was a beautiful movie law Yes. It was so well done so artful so rhythmic. Beautiful it was. It was a piece of art. It wasn't just you know a movie with the plot it was. Visually. Stunning. And if for some reason you don't WanNa Watch this version, there are over two hundred results. A I'm DB for Anna Karenina including at least eight miniseries movies as early as nineteen ten, and you can watch people like. Lee Greta Garbo Jacqueline beset play in a in like a thousand options, but I'm really glad picked picked this one because. It was just gorgeous. Yeah, I. Agree and I love Keira Knightley. So. Good love her. Should be a little bit about the plot of inaccurate yeah. So first of all, you've got Anna Karenina. Here nightly hasty were case you were wondering There is a character demand. Qiren and she's married to a very upstanding citizen of Russian society and this was based in the. Nineteenth, century Yes. The book came out in the eighteen seventies, and that's what it was set. Yeah, there are seemingly happy couple. They have a son and cure nightly. Here's that her brother is. She has been cheating on his wife and she's going to rush off to Moscow Kush. They live in Saint Petersburg says she's GonNa. Rush on over to Moscow to visit with her sister-in-law and say hey. You should forgive my brother because back in the day. What other choices their? Let him back in. And so on her way though. She lock size. With. Count of Ron Ski, who okay upon first glance. I was like I was a little. Put Off, so you got this blonde. Unnatural looking blonde curly hair weird shape. And this little little tiny stash, which at one point in the movie, 'cause they have a love affair spoiler alert. She licks that little stash and I was just like. Oh! Don't do that. Just that moment and I'm not sad. I did 'cause. I don't remember that but. I digress, so they lock eyes, and yes, at first little off putting to me, but then like as you see him more, and they just keep locking is locking is like his eyes are piercing and just when he is looking at her. Like I'm just so staring back at him so intently. Did. You feel that from him. He. Yes, he has lovely. Is I have no complaints? I and I don't say that in a like objectified way. I just mean like he truly has lovely is and as an actor. He knows how to use them to keep your attention law. Yeah, just like feel like being pulled toward him. Which worked with with this whole movie. But in that train station, a worker on the train dies gets crushed by a train. Your whole gross I look. I intentionally look at that moment. Yeah, that was sad and just kind of pointed to like the different status of the people there because the rest of the..

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"anna karenina" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:12 min | 11 months ago

"anna karenina" Discussed on KTOK

"From Leo Tolstoy I'm Leigh Matthews and you know him he's the famous Russian writer that war but that wrote war and peace and Anna Karenina sometimes when I'm waiting for a printer to print out I feel like it's printing worn piece but Leo Tolstoy had some very basic rules to live by that still apply to us today get up early for him it was five AM go to bed early for him it was nine to ten o'clock eat little and avoid sweets try to do everything by yourself have a goal for your whole life goal for one section of your life a goal for a shorter period and a goal for the year a goal for the month a goal for the week a goal for the day our goal for the hour and a goal for the minute and sacrifice the lesser goal for the greater keep away from women I'm not sure I like that one kill desire by working be good but try to let everyone know how to not let everyone know it always live less expensively than you might and change nothing in your style of living even if you become ten times richer some good advice and you can hear more stuff like this weekday afternoons from five to seven PM right here on news radio one thousand Katie okay this stream and I heart radio we get with Joe thanks a lot for stopping by one eight hundred five zero one seventy eighty Joe pags dot com we go to the phone lines I appreciate you taking the time Louis what's on your mind high Hey Joe this is Louis from Florida you got me you know what's out of the loop Hey man I I just wanna thank you have a great show god bless you man thank you thanks we'll talk about your opinion on this the stimulus I mean is the fraudulent you know I've been on a disability two years and when you're looking at my neighbor my neighbor's got like an encoding business and look I don't want to judge lest you be judged but he's working now the house hospital actually New Jersey and definitely he's been paid in the whites working out has been paid they got to kids so they got four thousand Bucks and they're all excited like well we'll do is we get another three months and I'm like interstate which is you know do you understand the money that we're spending that you know your kids your grandkids are going to pay for this and I just don't understand the government to do the research I got the sense of security guys are going to get a check to me although I don't mind it I I can live on when I got but the fraudulent so all this money and there and I would just goes to everybody families do need money I understand the families of lost jobs they deserve the money but when you look at the families that are working in and getting this money I did this is understanding the government how it works and I know does trying to do the best thing I'm Republican until I die you know I'm a conservative but when you see the money going out and going out to people that really don't need it and there's people that are hurt and they do need it I just want to get your take on that brother I'll I'll listen in god bless you you're doing good work and will pull out of this brother thanks so I don't believe that it's about need or don't need I think it's about those who have been harmed and affected by the corona virus not of their own doing I don't think everybody should be getting it I'm still working and I'm also in in a pay rate that I'm not gonna get it anyway but I'm still working I haven't lost the paycheck I lost a little bit of money because there's some sponsorships have gone down because companies are hurting right now and I understand that my complaining about it's just a reality but if you are losing the ability to earn a living because the government has shut your business down or is said that it's not essential then I believe that you should be allowed to get some money and I'll say this like I said during my my my weekday show and people seem to have a fit about it because they're like of the government's given out money why should I get mine.

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"anna karenina" Discussed on Q95

Q95

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"anna karenina" Discussed on Q95

"The new GT waiting are you tired of your hot dogs getting dried out. may was well now. or and then we need Jeannie sells like one of those products designed to me is your manhood not taken off the socks on seventeen January. that's fine products. certified by doctors know where but so we are talking about today in history and Chris you had the name Orville yes Orville Wright and there's a terrific biography of Orville Wright or in there incredibly brave ordeal and Wilbur yeah you know me invented the airplane. I'm in love with the regs do it and if you think that move move to another kind of Orville and Wilbur Wright invented anyway so I looked up the name in meaning origin of Orville yeah. they have a chart yes of the usual the usage of the name yeah this chart Christy it is literally gone date yeah it is literally down to zero when did it peak it peaked in nineteen ten. I don't think anyone would go or full that's a cute name I've never met price of somebody did right now people are name in their kids crazy thing yeah but I don't know but I have not met in Orville and in again a great man and always the nickname for an order of all that's that's problem isn't one or V. like or maybe he's cute yeah but then your kids I got a there's an orgy with or V. E.. the school with you Tom. you know that Congress will build me one more time my name round lord I'm taking guy and I'm a stick them it's a new it's a new era. again. with his ****. they can yeah I don't you know a lot of oracles okay I'm sorry so what else is happening today mysteries are I got well now we are moving on to birthdays born on this date in eighteen twenty eight Leo Tolstoy. it is a good phone. say it again. I've read Anna Karenina that's the only told you to I like that one didn't want that to put an extra in a in an accurate and then I don't want to stop with that a banana yeah. chrysanthemum hannahbanana Karenina I like that local either. what are they stayed in eighteen ninety colonel Harland Sanders. nine yes did you have you seen the new Tom have you seen the new kernel Sanders commercial get in a lot of a middle shows face have you seen the new one have you I have I have heard of it isn't it's what's his face Aston from Rubio Charlie to Sean Astin and yeah as they're taking him off the field and on their shoulders he sees a bucket to check and hang up. the colonel really gonna have to see this would love a real train wreck you got to hand it to either they have really done a great job I've I've loved all the new kernel Sanders they've they've brought down the pike yes fun when I was a kid I thought or will run blocker and the colonel were related you would you I can see why you know they were brothers or something they were sure that really living with industry when Kassie came out with a popcorn chicken. yeah I don't know if I can do as an adult probably both races as an. saying. someone recently said. you're still trying to recover from the. the bottle thirty minutes ago. let's.

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"anna karenina" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"anna karenina" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And and so a faith that was latent in me came out and basically once you see that human beings have souls and then it's probably a joint soul at some level then you think that we are not just not just in a material existence that there's a created order and that there and that god is my favorite formulation of goddess god is the ground of being the the basic animating force of love in the universe is is the divine presence and so I came to see that just and I could I could understand the the stories I was telling as a journalist but a sense there was an ultimate meeting and I couldn't understand the sense that there is a such thing as right and wrong one of the stories I tell in the book is of about Tolstoy who had a great first mountain or in peace and Anna Karenina pretty good but he went to see he is he lost his brother who died young and he couldn't understand why his brother lived or died and then he went to Paris watch what they had in those days a public execution and he said as I saw the head and the body fall into the baskets I knew that this was wrong and I knew it was wrong not because of some theory people had but because it was eternally and always wrong and I came to see that undergirding the ground the universe is some for thing is eternal truths and that eternal truth is not devised by theories but is is somewhere invented in the the structure of the universe.

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"anna karenina" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"anna karenina" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"And that's disgusting. So it sounds like water is the enemy like you need water, but if you got water in the wrong time and place than that's really bad for, you know, it's never just water, right? There's always something minute, so. So that's kind of a big thing that you want to look out for for water is just know where it's coming from where it's going. And if you see water where it doesn't belong, that's kind of a big red flag. Okay. So that's a big one and end. It's not always there in the moment when you're at the facility, but you can kinda see signs you can, you know, see tracks and stuff like that. Something that I've kind of found it. It's really hard to define, but again, like the emotional tempo of the operation. I mean, that's not data. You know, you can't make any judgments just based off of that, but it does kind of tell you you may have something to look for or what? Exactly. Interesting. Yeah. Like you'll, it's if you've ever read Anna Karenina you know, it's like every every happy family is the same in every unhappy families, unhappy for different reasons, kind of deal. And I feel like farms in manufacturing facilities are almost that way to like the the ones that are working in clicking like they just feel right. They've got a certain feel to them. You know, they're busy. They might be a little stressed out, but it's like the good kind of stressed out if that makes sense at once. That are not clicking in something right in there. Typically, like food safety problems come for management, neglect, and negligent management is going to neglect a lot of things, not just food safety. So there's safety problems. So the workers know they're in danger and management doesn't give a fuck. All right. That's going to show up in your oral. Well, this is so fascinating. So it's down the line of what you said where it's like here you thought you're going to be. I don't know using some Ghostbusters type instrument to measure plants in the turns out, you're just gauging people and like you have to like this savant in terms of, you know, judging the room and that's so funny, I never would have thought, right? He got easier heart. Piece of technology. It's no, it's it's really interesting if you kind of you can feel it and you don't always know exactly what's wrong, but you kinda, there's something and so you kind of, you know, keep an eye out and keep yours open. Perfect sense though, because like I'm sure most people listening can relate to that shitty job. They had somewhere and it's like the whole, you know, nobody, nobody cares. You know, the bad morale or you're not, you know, there's going to be, you can feel it. It's not going to be a a good operation. Yeah, it's not a good vibe and it's I really it's hard to put a finger on it, but I've talked to some other food safety people at very major companies like major grocery chains, and I'm like, so this happened once and they're like, oh, yeah, if you feel something ain't right. That's that's important. Pay attention to that. Yeah. I really, I really like so funny. You just wouldn't have thought like a, you know, a scientist thing, and a lot of what you're doing is is really based on kind of intuition and feel, but I guess that's how people work. What I mean? You can't make a final decision based on that data, but it kind of it can kind of guide you is you're going around. Yeah, no, make sense. You're not putting on the report. Gotta weird vibe. You're just using that indicate that maybe ticket. I don't know this place just kind of sketched me out. Yeah, that's you can't do that. But again, like sometimes when you drive into a place, I found there's a correlation between if a places parking lot is really chaotic. Sketchy. The inside is not going to be any better, which sounds really dumb, but like parking lot logistics are actually really important for facility has lots of trucks coming in and outright. You need to have your spot for employees to park in need to have a spike lanes for semi to come through that are big enough and that kind of needs to be ordered and everyone needs to know what's going on..

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"anna karenina" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"anna karenina" Discussed on The Skinny Confidential Him And Her Podcast

"So what is your advice for young people that are like in their twenties that are dating in this atmosphere? I, I don't know what to tell you. It's horrible. I think we all miss the dating. I think it'll be kinda interesting because. I wonder if like the next turn like I was talking to this girl is twenty five actually chills, Aaron's daughter, and we were talking about books and I'll ever want wants me to write a book go but book. Certainly. So the there's so much work and I don't think the money's there and who's reading books. And she, I read both your bucks and I love you. But she said the lot of her friends now it's like cool to be seen carrying a real book, a hundred. That's like the new thing is like the hats are books gonna come out on your me like baby more personal matchmaking I think might come back. I told me me my little sister. She's twenty one to go to Santro pay because she was going Alrighty. I said, get a book. Maybe Anna Karenina you're gonna say, go meet like Dubai prints, and she could do that. You Mark. Anna Karenina bookmark the shit out of it like you've read it. You highlight it. You bring this book. It's like kind of trashed up like headed on the ground, bring Anna Karenina right outside all all the beautiful boats out there and put your phone away. Put your glasses on and just read is you drink your cappuccino. The guys will line up. That's Lawrence theory, one hundred percent. I'd like to see that theory. Let's go. The other, a smart girl that's reading her book drinking your Coppa chino. He approaches her. She could be really bitchy and be like, leave me alone, but then they're more upset. Listen, here's what's happening these guys. Yeah, they see the with the book while she was cute and they go on their phone wanna read, like, you have to pretend to read a book. You're not excited to radiate like at least get a good buddy. Read your book, read your book or if the covers cheesy and it's a girl laying on balls like mine cake, cover off, you know. And so you don't really see what it is. He's so read a book that you actually like particular cover off if there's yes, and if it's like cheesy like fashion magazine have done for these guys is it's taken all of the intimidation in the try. It just go on there and like, oh, this one's here's a bite, there's ones responding. And so then you know. Listen to as as a man to go and approach a woman cold sitting down reading a book or in a bar like that, takes them guts, and, but now they just have this, you know. Remember, you know, I don't even know you guys are might be too young to this, but like if someone was going to ask us out in high school or I was going to ask a guy out because internal girl high school, I call the phone where a mom answers. Hello? Oh, Hello. MRs Jones. May I speak to Michael who's calling plays? Oh, it's Heather McDonald. Hold on who, hey, it's Heather McDonald who remember we hung on it. That party. I go to Louisville. Oh, anyway, we have our homecoming dance and I was wondering, oh yeah, I'm hoping that somebody else is going to ask me. So I'm going to have to say, no, there's a real conversations that happened in my life. Maybe that's why I can go and stand in front of ten thousand people in do stand up. I'm like, but I mean, the heart beating the sweaty. And then I used to do the calls for my friends and act like them because they were dying. But the guys had to do that too. Now you never have to talk to the parent. You have their own phone number and you don't have to talk to them. You just text. Him. So we're all fucked. Text rejection is a lot better than a verbal rejection. Yeah, and you can just never respond to the tax and you can be strategic about how you text back. Yes, you can have some time. I love to make someone wait. Yeah. So I mean, I think every era has the dating rules, and I do think that old school rules like the rules from the nineties or whatever that book was that was about these two women..

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"anna karenina" Discussed on 100 PM

100 PM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"anna karenina" Discussed on 100 PM

"Ince's well but besides building products for the enterprise recommended reads pundits that you like that that are speaking to your world more so than the others there are some of the obvious ones like you know crossing the chasms big one in all clicker ships and stuff that's the thing i think that some some people will like recommend like the building habit forming products and lean analytics leading products books i think that understanding the psychology behind that is how people use products but then i how people act is important i only to build proxy people can use but then also ninety percent prog measures dealing people and influencing them understanding what they're saying and communicating so the very very effective i mean written communicator spoken communicator and listener you know is is very very important for that that fiction really helps me i'm reading anna karenina right now and does better product manager yeah i think probably does i could probably gonna take late how but you know i think fiction gets a bad rap sometimes but fix but good fiction helps you learn to empathize better and empathy is fundamentally one of the key skills i think he'd probably should have so developing up these importance we'd fiction i'll give you a fun fact about anna karenina in the context of product leo tolstoy wrote sixty pages of that book before he realized what it was actually about burned the sixty pages he actually burned them or not and started the book on page one which i think i tell the story a lot in my classes because i think it's a great testament to don't let investment or over investment in one direction be too much of a a weight right if you've got a pivot you've got a pit and sometimes sometimes you hope to.

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"anna karenina" Discussed on In Our Time

In Our Time

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"anna karenina" Discussed on In Our Time

"Well in fact it certainly wasn't efficient so until that point you couldn't necessarily say that free labor was economically better than unfree labour or more efficient and unfree labour but once the the holes on demand in the west turns for different type of product serfdom is outmoded and it's a problem i'm surprised that you didn't take up more tolstoy's returning more against the serbs it seems to me quite dramatic but may be on my tendency to exaggeration having a much more cynical view when i think that i did in anna karenina by that point ten years working with his own sesa calls on his own estate and discovered that they're not quite malleable z thought they were going to be and they don't want to take up all the sorts of reforms that he'd hoped to introduce on his own state that they're much more cunning than he'd imagined and so anna karenina gives them much more variegated view of the peasantry within the sort of kartteli peasants in dayton i agree with that i mean i think but but i think what else toy sees in in that kind of situation is is not that the the serfs are in any way problematic themselves i it's more of a problem of the relationship you know that that that that they're in entrenched distrust of the of of the gentry that has provoked this sort of quiet stubborn resistance basically as this order sort of a rebellion by by non action in my resistant lost world one of the problems of course is that many of those writing about serves didn't actually have much contact with them or peasants and so when they actually met them and dealt with them in the flesh it was a bit of an eyeopener and i think it's much easier to write nice things about them in the abstract then when you actually had to deal with them over business or over land or something so being being beaten down for hundreds of years not passing on from generation to generation in the same place they did that my grandpa they did that your great grandmother and so on and so forth does your the carapace will be very strong wouldn't we don't we're going to get on with our lives and just much as we can ignore them in spite of them as well as long side them is that something in that i think definitely absolutely.

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"anna karenina" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"anna karenina" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The tragedy of anand bonski in the book is the impossibility of divorce at the time but today because everyone can file for divorce it is not such a tragedy so knowing meyer shifted the focus and i think it makes much more sense this way in this staging anna's husband is running for political office and anna is his greatest weapon she is beautiful glamorous and sick of being treated like an ornament by her ambitious husband have few read anna karenina though and i recently reread it ahead of this performance i did it with the yes this is the power of art you forget for a moment about your own problems this experience has a sort of healing power and this is my challenge to capture your attention fully.

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"anna karenina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"anna karenina" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The most the push after the end of the soviet union dancers could travel freely to other countries they could show their art and see what's happening in the world today there are many dancers who are well known but they don't represent any particular theater company or country from me it gives me great joy to represent the bolshoi i asked smirnova about the role we've just watched her rehearse about the pressure of performing one of the great russian classics no smirnova told me that's the beauty of this production it shifts the anna karenina story to today the costumes that smirnova will wear she could wear them straight out the door to a cocktail party tonight these principi stood at us cousin tells the story is written by tolstoy but we are performing it as if it's happening today somebody knows this makes it more relatable not only for the performers but also for our audience the tragedy of anna and ron ski in the book is the impossibility of divorce at the time but today because everyone can file for divorce it is not such a tragedy so knowing meyer shifted the focus and i think it makes much more sense this way in this staging anna's husband is running for political office and anna is his greatest weapon she is beautiful and glamorous and sick of being treated like an ornament by her ambitious husband have few read anna karenina the yell and i recently reread it ahead of this performance i did it with great pleasure it is important to understand the reason behind her decisions like her words her thoughts why she comes to such conclusions and her overall state of mind it's interesting but you're talking about that you want the audience watching you now in moscow to be able to relate it to their own lives not just a great story that tolstoy told many years ago yes this is the power of art you forget for a moment about your own problems this experience has a sort of healing power and this is my challenge.

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"anna karenina" Discussed on Alice @97.3

Alice @97.3

05:56 min | 3 years ago

"anna karenina" Discussed on Alice @97.3

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"anna karenina" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"anna karenina" Discussed on talkRADIO

"The i think it was tell show you wrote to the beginning of anna karenina all happy families are happy in the same way unhappy families had unhappy in different ways there's one main reason and this is an arranged marriage that most of us marion that's full of that can be countless reasons cotton care while we get divorced i i think we had joe were at the start the program accounts of she was actually to sing wicket in a we lose respect for each other we can't we just i'm just every tate you talking about menus eighty women i realize that happens are both sides but here and the things that you found endearing when you first got my sony you find every setting an and she also said it's because when something bad happens you don't sortedout in netted grows and it faster than it becomes was in that's when that's when he become associated with which is how do we make it as if not painless less painful let's get the folks have somebody really knows he knows the law john oxley divorced barrister edouard good morning john and thank you doing this fall a so good morning thank you for having me on is it possible to i mean i as i think a pain free divorces of a possible coup regret semicriminal that's part of human nature but how much we reduce the pain of a divorce do you think it difficult and it depends on the circumstances i think often the best thing is on a state between the parties and around it get everything sort of dealt with out in the open and except that it's going to be a painful price has but once you did it off this person very much doubt difficult to move away from but it fall better to do it in an amicable way and try to be friends off towards officials is one big thing the government can.

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"anna karenina" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"anna karenina" Discussed on Fresh Air

"And before forces a wiped out completely now's the time to negotiate in order to obtain the best conditions boss hitler will not insist on outrageous terms he will know his own weaknesses he will be reached wide what alexa learned why when thing well waymo jake bust whoa please god give it emits split the jets you cannot allow you sunway guides i got quite y'all hedging mild mild as he demonstrated in films like pride and prejudice atonement in anna karenina director joe right likes to infused tony literary material with a daring element of the fbi after icl in darkest hour that sense of showmanship plays out to visually arresting but sometimes garishly over the top affect the cinematographer bruno delbonnel emphasizes the doomsday moved by giving nearly every actor a ghostly powler right since the camera of soaring around and around the crowded house of commons cranking up the spectacle a hundredfold when churchill writes lift down into the bunker the film boxes in in on all sides by impenetrable walls of blackness literal izing the title and making clear as if we needed reminding just how isolated this man is but of churchill was an island he is also a rousing populist hero as demonstrated by an entirely fabricated sequence that gives the movie it's multi us moments.

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"anna karenina" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"anna karenina" Discussed on Fresh Air

"As he demonstrated in films like pride and prejudice atonement in anna karenina director joe right likes to infused tony literary material with a daring element of the fiat trickle in darkest hour that sense of showmanship plays out to visually arresting but sometimes garishly over the top affect the cinematographer bruno delbonnel emphasizes the doomsday moved by giving nearly every actor a ghostly powler right since the camera of soaring around and around the crowded house of commons cranking up the spectacle a hundredfold when churchill writes lift down into the bunker the film boxes in in on all sides by impenetrable walls of blackness literal izing the title and making clear as if we needed reminding just how isolated this man is but of churchill was an island he is also a rousing populist hero as demonstrated by an entirely fabricated sequence that gives the movie it's schmahl theus moments the the prime minister on his way to deliver a speech before parliament ends up writing the underground and listening to what is people have to say presumably the scene with its cute child reaction shots and impromptu poetry recitations is meant to bring a tear to your eye but mine were too busy rolling to get that far old men can be an actor of enormous subtlety a quality that he is decidedly not brought to bear on his work here this is a fistpounding jowl twitching toward force of acting if oldman skinny framed seems an odd one on which to hang churchill's larger than life proportions spiritually as performance of a peace with his madly energetic livewire turns in movies like sydney ansi and true romance and why not when you're staring down history's greatest monster and an oscar hangs in the balance it's no time to play it safe justin chang's film critic for the los angeles times.

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"anna karenina" Discussed on FoodStuff

FoodStuff

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"anna karenina" Discussed on FoodStuff

"We got a lot of emails in defence of the sport especially from australia so it must be a maybe they have superiors works maybe they just know how to use this burqas here you just get them yeah the random fastfood carry out yeah you don't really know what to do at which point it's it's also kind of flimsy plastic at that point it's not right now to check knows stainless steels for now that sounds very fancy okay now i'd known curious i'm spark curious uh also nick written about our oyster episode you missed the opportunity to touch on the recurring role of wasters in literature the most famous example of course is the scene an anna karenina where levin eight humble country gentlemen din's vis friend still a blunt ski at a fancy restaurant and moscow levin says that he would be happy to eat just cabbage soup and porridge but a blunt ski insists on wasters which quickly become a symbol of the cultural disjointed between the two friends levin explains that in the country one gets ones meals over with as fast as possible so as to return to work twitch stiffer replies but that's just the aim of civilization to make everything a source of enjoyment i kinda wanna do literature fruited literature segment now oh absolutely no foods not fictional foods that in fictional books real foods would and fictional books yeah oh absolutely oh you eat y'all right right and if you have any other favorite examples of that kind of thing like like best books to maybe we can do like a little like book review corner he says foods involved so good i've already started when people recommend books to as i've started like them an amazon hold look list all cool old man okay i i have a habit i have an amazon was set up for snack stuff.

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