No, at least not any time soon; not that it is bad, but it is not the kind of thing to listen to over and over
The story and stories behind and concerning de Gaulle, not being French I never totally understood all the fuss they make about him. I understand now. His life was a truly fascinating one; an intellect, romantic, power hungry, monarchical, aristocratic, fearless, yet democratic Frenchman (more than anyone else in history, one could argue) to his nation, but a troubled, self-questioning, and insecure man to himself. What he did is remarkable, what he could not because of the people he so loved is also just as profound. he was a man who stood up to bigger nations, who never gave in, and could only have it his way. And though he was unrealistic, he was made not into a clown, but into a hero. Standing up to ones principles, even if they are said to be wrong, is the lesson of Charles De Gaulle. There is no attitude of character more important, more fundamental. Charles Du Gaulle's victories and his defeats are truly profound and stirring.
No by god! That would require more than one whole day
Very high, marvelous story and a wonderful narration
Lassiter. his total change as a character made him come alive, he was not just some unchanging and unrealistic man often pictured as a western stereotype.
Tull's chase against our heros
Elder Tull. A terrifying, tortuous, and power mad church leader. He exemplified the errors in the first generation of Mormons in Utah and also is a symbol of those men who with 'invisible hands' control things for their own will. A connection to someone like Richelieu is inevitable.
No. Hurston's style is irritating and often confounding. The actions of her characters are completely illogical in most cases and they way she has them talk is correct (accents), but intolerable to listen to. Dee's performance, although impassioned, is highly irregular, often to loud then to soft, often to fast then to slow, and somethings completely incomprehensible.
Impassioned, but rubbish. Or... ambitious, but rubbish! As one Jeremy Clarkson would say.
See first question
No, it would be boring and stupid.
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