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So here’s the thing – this country’s cultural pie gets bigger, not smaller, as more people are allowed to partake of it. When children and young adults see their lives and concerns reflected in the homegrown books they read, the films and television programmes they see, the computer games they play, they feel they and their lives are not invisible. Seeing yourself in the cultural world leads to a sense of better social inclusion and a feeling that you are part of something, that you have a stake in it and wish to add constructively to it. For some – like me when I read The Color Purple at the age of 21 – it plants the seed of an idea that maybe you too could be a part of the rich cultural heritage of your country.
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…the older i get, the more i see how women are described as having gone mad, when what they’ve actually become is knowledgeable and powerful and fucking furious.
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You’re the first glimmer of hope I’ve had in a long time

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"What is she to you anway?"
Here’s my answer captain. She’s the thing that made this all okay-the threadbare coats and the old boots and the guns that jam when you most need them to fire, the loneliness of knowing that you don’t matter, that you will never matter, the fact that you’re just another body, another uniform to be sent into the fold or the frost, another good boy who knows his place, who does his job, who doesn’t ask questions, who will lie down and die and be forgotten.
"What is she? She’s everything, you dumb son of a bitch.”

"What is she to you anway?"

Here’s my answer captain. She’s the thing that made this all okay-the threadbare coats and the old boots and the guns that jam when you most need them to fire, the loneliness of knowing that you don’t matter, that you will never matter, the fact that you’re just another body, another uniform to be sent into the fold or the frost, another good boy who knows his place, who does his job, who doesn’t ask questions, who will lie down and die and be forgotten.

"What is she? She’s everything, you dumb son of a bitch.”

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gizkasparadise:

my nation. an instrumental mix for malyen oretsev from the grisha trilogy, soldier and deserter. 10 tracks. 1 hour, 6 minutes.

i. marche slave — pyotr tchaikovsky | ii. waltz no. 2 — dmitri shostakovich | iii. dance of the knights — sergei prokofiev | iv. fantasia on serbian themes — nikolaj rimsky-korsakov | v. everywhere snow (choral) — césar cui | vi. in the village — modest mussorgsky | vii. troika-romance (lieutenant kije suite) — sergei prokofiev | viii. romance — dmitri shostakovich | ix. firebird — igor stravinsky | x. 1812 overture (with cannons) — pyotr tchaikovsy

[ listen ] 

series: nikolai lantsov | alina starkov | the darkling

gizkasparadise:

my nation. an instrumental mix for malyen oretsev from the grisha trilogy, soldier and deserter. 10 tracks. 1 hour, 6 minutes.

i. marche slave — pyotr tchaikovsky | ii. waltz no. 2 — dmitri shostakovich | iii. dance of the knights — sergei prokofiev | iv. fantasia on serbian themes — nikolaj rimsky-korsakov | v. everywhere snow (choral) — césar cui | vi. in the village — modest mussorgsky | vii. troika-romance (lieutenant kije suite) — sergei prokofiev | viii. romance — dmitri shostakovich | ix. firebird — igor stravinsky | x. 1812 overture (with cannons) — pyotr tchaikovsy

[ listen

series: nikolai lantsov | alina starkov | the darkling

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fanbingblink:

"a newly conceived reality in the DC universe where Justice League members Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman are much darker versions of the superheroes that people know"

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130186:

Aristocrazy Fall 2014

130186:

Aristocrazy Fall 2014

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merwild:

Isabela
It was about time.

merwild:

Isabela

It was about time.