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05:48 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen twenty three seven years" Discussed on Bookworm

"Sixteen eleven is the first appearance of the finished King James Bible the first folio not come out until sixteen twenty three seven years after Shakespeare's death but from about sixteen nine to sixteen eleven except for hamlet you have Shakespeare's great tragic phase and King Lear when its first performed is actually arrhenius if I remember properly with the appearance of the KGB the King James Bible to save as I do in the book let's just say KGB do this work the shadow of great rock this is really a literary aesthetic appreciation of the Kings James Bible can you distinguish that from the spiritual and religious snow I not really my I myself was raised Orthodoxy rate down to my Bar Mitzvah at the age of thirteen my father was born Odessa my mother in a little stateful near Bressler toughs she was fiercely devout when they took her to her grave she was accompanied by scores rabbi's whom she had befriended and cared for and helped out to my sorrow I could not go because one of the Hominem you're forbidden to go on that ground which I think is ridiculous thing but there it was I had to observe it because of my late sisters I'm the last survivor of the five of us three wonderful city Thirteen I was rebelling against the rabbis I don't distinguish between a literary appreciation and spiritual apprehension if there's not God but God and his name was William Shakespeare and he is the outstanding instance I think of spiritual cognitive intellectual insight in power as well as an aesthetic subliminally that transcends anything else we will ever know how can I English between this Hill I was not rebelling against the educator show it was my native language I didn't know any of the language to speak until I myself to read English at the age of six very difficult to do it of course to this day I have a peculiar pronunciation because I learned it through the eye enough through the are you still the language in which I think and dream at night I know you're just culture Jewish culture is culture and talking to Harold Bloom the publication of the shadow of a great rock it's published by Yale University Press and follows very shortly upon the anatomy of influence literature as a way of life the two of them to great late knife expressions the very great American literary critic Harold Bloom as you can hear to talk with Harold Bloom about anything is to talk with him about not everything and this is the thrill of brilliance and great learning it doesn't stop inhabiting it's mental space it knows how to speak its mind and falls it's Carter's rather than ours and I'm very pleased to be in the presence of Harold Bloom given these two books both seem to be developments and openings of your thoughts both on the cannon and on the Bible I wondered if you could speak about Hella view changes and how the wording the expressive nece requires greater depth conventionally difficult questions you know Michael the Bible the books as it were the book itself is the initial what is actually probably the oldest in the West attempt to establish a count though there is of course in Alexandria certainly in the second century with Aristarchos the great critic there's an attempt to establish a successful one canon of classical literature including East Gillis Sophocles Euripides and so on but I don't think that's what led me you endless brooding about the question of the canonical I wasn't thinking so much of the religious aspect I've wasted part of my energy I feel now I feel very sad about from nineteen sixty eight really until the present enacting the involuntary part of the kind the Prophet Jeremiah wanting the Academy of the Western world that doing themselves by destroying all aesthetic and cognitive standards for the apprehension appreciation or teaching of literature and indeed all of the amenities and the prophecy is alas have been fulfilled I certainly didn't want them to be the study of literature is perhaps doomed now in the Western world the side on has lost we get thousands of emails phone calls everything else under the sun my wife and I from young people all over the world when will.

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"sixteen twenty three seven years" Discussed on KCRW

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14:50 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen twenty three seven years" Discussed on KCRW

"I'm Michael silver blonde and this is bookworm you know recently Harold bloom done it he was a figure of extraordinary controversy because under other circumstances he would have been just another professor but he was V. professor who was defending the western canon as he called it which meant that he was talking the bone Shakespeare and Milton and of course his great love Shelley he studied Hennell vis writers in the canon influenced each other he wrote a book called the anxiety of influence he really team the writer of our time talking about the tradition no let's acknowledge that tradition is rarely taught in the university the way it was in the generation of Harold bloom I have the pleasure and I would say the owner of talking to Harold bloom at his own apartment in New York I will say then I disagreed with him about many things when we entered these interviews people rode in yes Harold bloom was and then reduced yes he wants but we should have one of everything and there are you leaders and there are populace and there are every kind of response that you can have to literature this is Harold bloom from our conversation on book for unlike his book the anatomy of influence literature as a way of life which seems a settled and masterful book this channel of a great rock is audacious and I would like to say even dangerous which tells us that a great mind doesn't settle into somnolence or or attended any it's always at work and always making trouble this is the nature of the mind Harold bloom my wife would appreciate the well how do you how do you feel you've spoken of the many controversies you've Collison mention some of them in this book it's never going to see is Michael I both well hated and well loved and particularly when I have to say about the New Testament here has already started to cause real fury I've gotten nasty email nasty letters and even a couple of nasty anonymous phone calls you say that the Tyndale's translation of the old and New Testament is the break through intercourse shin since they burned I mean he is both a great Mara a great writer and a grand bigot but that is not full of the world because of course they would all have been very glad to see you and myself crucified anti Semites but it went with the territory as it were ten del was martyred burned alive before he could finish his translation of what he called the Old Testament as you will notice throughout this book the shadow of a great rock I insist upon referring to it as the original testament that it's a tomahawk the Hebrew Bible and what is called the New Testament by its proper name the belated testament which is also beginning to get me into the usual difficulties but that's fine Tindale was burned alive before he could translate the profits and most of the great right thanks and that's how a loss because the tremendous writer and everywhere you compare him to Shakespeare and Milton I would say that's the greatest writer certain in English perhaps in any language I'm able to read is of course William Shakespeare indeed I have now reached a point where I've totally infuriated but I like doing that of course with them the horrible Shakespeare establishment no these dry as dust mold the fix calls by simply saying there is no god but god and his name was William Shakespeare of course after Shakespeare you would have to put your so stunning and extraordinary right up without him really Shakespeare would not have been possible and then ten Dale and Wilson I was save almost equal eminence the English novel say of Daniel Defoe and John Bunyan this very beginnings would have been possible without sin though he was not a lyrical right about a very great narrative genius I don't cost ten Dale's New Testament which was complete is the entire basis of the King James New Testament and this major writing is largely preserved and the Geneva Bible and subsequently in the King James Bible and scholars who have said that would be very difficult to think of the style of certain moments in King Lear without the ten daily an element in the Geneva Bible are I think basically justified you say that the two greatest works in the English language are composed really within a decade little more than a decade of one sixteen eleven is the first appearance of the finished King James Bible the first folio does not come up to sixteen twenty three seven years after Shakespeare's death but from about sixteen oh nine to sixteen eleven except for how much of Shakespeare's great tragic phase and King Lear when his first performed is actually contemporaneously if I remember properly with the appearance of the KGB can change Bible just to save as ice do in a book let's just say KGB so this works the shadow of a great rock this is really at a literary and aesthetic appreciation of the King James Bible can you distinguish that from the spiritual and religious and all I I not really my idea I mean I myself was raised postdocs right down to my palm it's flat the age of thirteen my father was born in Odessa my mother and liver stage when their breasts let's office she was fiercely about when they took her to her grave she was accompanied by scores of rabbis whom she had befriended and cared for and helped out to my sorrow I could not go because one of the call Hani me off a bit and to go on that ground which I think is a ridiculous thing but there was I had to observe it because of my late sisters I'm the last survivor of the five of us my three wonderful sisters and my fears of older brother I'm the last of the Mohicans of that us and so many other respects so I was raised like that but even of thirteen I was rebelling against the rabbis I don't distinguish between a literary appreciation and a spiritual apprehension if there is no god but god and his name is William Shakespeare and he is the outstanding instance I think of spiritual cognitive intellectual insight and power as well as of anesthetic subliminally that transcends anything else we will ever know how could I distinguish between those who I was not rebelling against you just got it I'll show you who is my native language I didn't know any of the language to speak until I taught myself to read English at the age of six very difficult to do it of course to this day I have a peculiar pronunciation because I learned it through the I am not through the air and you know yeah this is still the language in which I think and G. MetLife's I know you know it is culture Jewish culture is my culture and talking to Harold bloom of the publication of the shadow of a great rock it's published by Yale University Press and follows very shortly upon the anatomy of influence literature as a way of life the two of them to great lengths knife expressions from the very great American literary critic Harold bloom as you can hear to talk with her own bloom about anything is to talk with him about everything and this is the rail of brilliance and great learning it doesn't stop inhabiting it's mental space it knows how to speak it's mind and follows its cowriters rather than ours and I'm very pleased to be in the presence of Harold bloom given these two books they both seem to be the film opens and deep innings of your thoughts both on the canon and on the bottle I wondered if you could speak about hello view changes and held for the wording the expressiveness requires greater depths a difficult question as you know Michael the Bible the books as it were of the book itself is not the initial what is actually probably the oldest in the west attempt to establish an account there is of course in Alexandria certainly in the second century with Aristarchus the great critic there's an attempt to establish a successful one a can of classical literature including is clueless Sophocles Europe it is and so on but I don't think that's what led me to in this brooding about the question of the canonical I wasn't thinking so much of the religious aspect I've wasted part of my energy I feel now I feel very sad about it from nineteen sixty eight really until the present connecting the involuntary part of the kind of prophet Jeremiah warning the academy is of the western world that they're doing themselves by destroying all aesthetic and cognitive standards for the apprehension and appreciation or teaching of literature and indeed all of the amenities and my prophecies alas have been for Phil though I certainly didn't want them to be the study of literature is perhaps dunes out in the western world the side I'm on has lost we get thousands of emails phone calls everything else under the sun my wife and I from young people all over the world we wouldn't expect to Iran Turkey Sofia Arabia China Korea Canada the United States Britain young people are simply furious of what in both secondary school and colleges and universities the pap that they're fed the asked to reach Steven king the asked to read Harry potter this is monstrous and you know they rebel against it and as a result so they don't learn I called a racist a sexist I made the easiest all nonsense of course simply by insisting endlessly hello I can't even bear to insist on anymore that works of the discipline imagination works of hi literary merits cannot be chosen for study on the basis of skin pigmentation sexual orientation gender social class supposed ethnicity but this of course has happened it's been mowing feeling that when children are taught to read the mere skill of reading with books that are so basic go dog go I know they have nothing ever to re read all my dear and it's not a company Boni Michael Michael yes absolutely but no Michael what amazes me with that education has failed us overwhelmingly democracy depends upon being able to think clearly thinking depends almost entirely on memory and if you have not read and remembered the very best that has been said thought written you will never be able to sync and democracy becomes impossible and of course always a marker Cena we are increasingly an oligarchy a plutocracy and this is the scariest increasingly we have a burgeoning theocracy and the city party fascist triumph and I fear that they will we will have a kind of theocracy in this country no one will let let us talk about more cheerful things well I hope none of this gets censored out no of course would go on some common not that kind of journalists here Michael should a person want to live as you have for some reason because I call that the subtitle of the anatomy of influence literature as a way of life which is something I believe deeply what does that person to the advice I can deal with as I say these thousands of letters and email messages but when I can occasionally funds or twenty minutes and my wife and I go through a whole raft of them.

"sixteen twenty three seven years" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen twenty three seven years" Discussed on KCRW

"Talk misses the point where you get to see a lot of the high ranking members of his government say things like women should not laugh too loudly as if this encourages men to attack us and tell Turkey's government stands by women she says it's just part of the problem Joanna could kisses N. P. R. news is stand bowl. I tell a lecturer at the university of Cambridge made the kind of discovery literary scholars can usually only dream of Jason Scott Warren was inspecting photographs of the first folio of William Shakespeare's plays when he recognized some hand writing in the margins but the whole bit handwriting I co unit under quite milk. stay with the way the space at the left says after a lot of second guessing about this being wishful thinking scholars have come to a consensus the hand writing did indeed belong to John Milton the English poet best known for the epic work Paradise Lost Milton was a Shakespeare fan and this discovery captures his comments about the first collected edition of Shakespeare's plays published in sixteen twenty three seven years after the bard staff it turns out Milton had incisive comments about many of Shakespeare's plays from Romeo and Juliet to hamlet he marked up his copy of the play is profusely Scott Warren says the annotations reveal new ways to think about both writers what this building is kind of inviting you to do is put you to write together and to see this measurement serving counter and discovery whack Milton is kind of opening himself up to some of the really exciting thing about happening in Shakespeare's writing mills margin notes show his appreciation for Shakespeare's plays but also more than that Scott Warren says it quote gives you a sense of his sensitivity and alertness to Shakespeare we kind of need as got Milton riveted six seven he's actually treating him with the seriousness of the classical he's getting ready detail text your attention one discovery it seems Milton echoed a line from Shakespeare's play the Tempest in one of his own poems hopefully the expiration date on calling that plagiarism has.

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"sixteen twenty three seven years" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen twenty three seven years" Discussed on KCRW

"Tracks gender violence here says this tough talk misses the point is the is the key to machine large the high ranking members of his government say things like women should not laugh too loudly as if this encourages men to attack us and hell Turkey's government stands by women she says it's just part of the problem Joanna could kisses N. P. R. news is stand bowl. I took a lecturer at the university of Cambridge made the kind of discovery literary scholars can usually only dream of Jason Scott Warren was inspecting photographs of the first folio of William Shakespeare's plays when he recognized some hand writing in the margins when I start school this handwriting I go you know that look like milk. going to do with the way the space at the left says after a lot of second guessing about this being wishful thinking scholars have come to a consensus the hand writing did indeed belong to John Milton the English poet best known for the epic work Paradise Lost Milton was a Shakespeare fan and this discovery captures his comments about the first collected edition of Shakespeare's plays published in sixteen twenty three seven years after the bard staff it turns out Milton had incisive comments about many of Shakespeare's plays from Romeo and Juliet to hamlet he marked up his copy of the play is profusely Scott Warren says the annotations reveal new ways to think about both writers what this will be missed I'm inviting you to do is put you to write together and to see this measurement suffering cancer and discovery why that Milton is kind of opening himself up to some of the really exciting thing about happening in Shakespeare's writing mills margin notes show his appreciation for Shakespeare's plays but also more than that Scott Warren says it quote gives you a sense of his sensitivity and alertness to Shakespeare we kind of need a got milk and rebates experiment you that's the treating him with the seriousness of the classical getting ready detail text your attention one discovery it seems Milton echoed a line from Shakespeare's play the Tempest in one of his own poems hopefully the expiration date on calling that plagiarism has passed.

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"sixteen twenty three seven years" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen twenty three seven years" Discussed on KCRW

"Here says this tough talk misses the point there is a key gauge machine large the high ranking members of his government say things like women should not laugh too loudly as if this encourages men to attack us and tell Turkey's government stands by women she says it's just part of the problem Joanna could kisses NPR news is stand bowl. I to a lecturer at the university of Cambridge made the kind of discovery literary scholars can usually only dream of Jason Scott Warren was inspecting photographs of the first folio of William Shakespeare's plays when he recognized some hand writing in the margins handwriting I go in another quite milk. going to do with the way the space at the left says after a lot of second guessing about this being wishful thinking scholars have come to a consensus the hand writing did indeed belong to John Milton the English poet best known for the epic work Paradise Lost Milton was a Shakespeare fan and this discovery captures his comments about the first collected edition of Shakespeare's plays published in sixteen twenty three seven years after the bard staff it turns out Milton had incisive comments about many of Shakespeare's plays from Romeo and Juliet to hamlet he marked up his copy of the play is profusely Scott Warren says the annotations reveal new ways to think about both writers what this will be missed I'm inviting you to do is put you to write together and to see this measurements of encountering discovery whack Milton is kind of opening himself up to some of the really exciting thing about happening in Shakespeare's writing mills margin notes show his appreciation for Shakespeare's plays but also more than that Scott Warren says it quote gives you a sense of his sensitivity and alertness to Shakespeare we kind of need as got Milton Ruben it's Shakespeare but you've got to be treating him with the seriousness of the classical he's getting ready detail text your attention one discovery it seems Milton echoed a line from Shakespeare's play the Tempest in one of his own poems hopefully the expiration date on calling that plagiarism has passed.

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KQED Radio

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen twenty three seven years" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Group that tracks gender violence here says this tough talk misses the point is if you get to see a lot of the high ranking members of his government say things like women should not laugh too loudly as if this encourages men to attack us and hell Turkey's government stands by women she says it's just part of the problem Joanna could kisses NPR news is stand bowl. I saw a lecturer at the university of Cambridge made the kind of discovery literary scholars can usually only dream of Jason Scott Warren was inspecting photographs of the first folio of William Shakespeare's plays when he recognized some hand writing in the margins. handwriting I feel you know that look like milk. going to do with the way the space at the left says after a lot of second guessing about this being wishful thinking scholars have come to a consensus the hand writing did indeed belong to John Milton the English poet best known for the epic work Paradise Lost know who was a Shakespeare fan and this discovery captures his comments about the first collected edition of Shakespeare's plays published in sixteen twenty three seven years after the bard staff it turns out Milton had incisive comments about many of Shakespeare's plays from Romeo and Juliet to hamlet he marked up his copy of the play is profusely Scott Warren says the annotations reveal new ways to think about both writers what this will be missed I'm inviting you to do is put you to write together and let's see this measurement says encounter and discovery why that Milton is kind of opening himself up to some of the really exciting thing about happening in Shakespeare's writing mills marginal shows appreciation for Shakespeare's plays but also more than that Scott Warren says it quote gives you a sense of the sensitivity and alertness to Shakespeare we kind of need as got milk and rebates experiment you that's the treating him with the seriousness of the classical are you getting ready detail text your attention one discovery it seems Milton echoed a line from Shakespeare's play the Tempest in one of his own poems hopefully the expiration date on calling that plagiarism has.

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WNYC 93.9 FM

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"sixteen twenty three seven years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Violence here says this tough talk misses the point where he gets me she'll are the high ranking members of his government say things like women should not laugh too loudly as if this encourages men to attack us and help Turkey's government stands by women she says it's just part of the problem Joanna could kisses NPR news is stand bowl. I saw a lecturer at the university of Cambridge made the kind of discovery literary scholars can usually only dream of Jason Scott Warren was inspecting photographs of the first folio of William Shakespeare's plays when he recognized some hand writing in the margins when I spoke to a bit handwriting I co unit under quite milk. going to do with the way the space at the lectern after a lot of second guessing about this being wishful thinking scholars have come to a consensus the hand writing did indeed belong to John Milton the English poet best known for the epic work Paradise Lost Milton was a Shakespeare fan and this discovery captures his comments about the first collected edition of Shakespeare's plays published published in sixteen twenty three seven years after the bard staff turns out Milton had incisive comments about many of Shakespeare's plays from world Romeo and Juliet hamlet he marked up his copy of the plays profusely Scott Warren says the annotations reveal new ways to think about both writers what this will be missed I'm inviting you to do is put you to write together and to see this measurements of encountering discovery where Milton is kind of opening himself up to some of the really exciting thing about happening in Shakespeare's writing mills margin notes show his appreciation for Shakespeare's plays but also more than that Scott Warren says it quote gives you a sense of his sensitivity and alertness to Shakespeare we kind of need that Milton riveted Shakespeare but you've got to be treating him with the seriousness of the classical he's getting ready detail texture attention one discovery it seems Milton echoed a line from Shakespeare's play the Tempest in one of his own poems hopefully the expiry date on calling that.

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