I should point out that Matthew Josephson had a productive and eventful life long after the Twenties, from a biography of Emile Zola used as the basis for a Warner Brothers movie (without permission) to two memoirs written in the Sixties. And his wife Hannah was a librarian who co-edited a collection of the poetry of noted Surrealist Louis Aragon.
And what's new with me? Well, I'm a year older, which combined with a reasonably priced red wine
had me convinced that Jesus was an extraterrestrial transmission and the Crucifixion was an attempt by the Romans to discover the proper playback mechanism. I suspect most people don't have these issues turning 33.
Amazon.com, not content with attributing web pages to me, claiming I've opened stores and urging
me to unite with my fellow consumers in an orgy of mindless shopping
, is now dictating my lifestyle
to me. No, Amazon.com, I do not wish to "Share the Love"