A piece I wrote on Goethe's Faust was published in Empty Mirror. Here's a link; hope the humans of the internet enjoy. The Necessity of Tragedy—How What Goethe Played with is Still Entirely Relevant
"Afterward, when it was frankly too late, various persons collected their data and issued descriptions of this man. As to his teeth, he had platinum crowns on the left side and gold ones on the right. He wore an expensive gray suit and foreign shoes of the same color as his suit. His gray beret… Continue reading Translations of ‘The Master and Margarita’; The Many Lines to Read
and i've immediately come up with a project for myself. which is good and bad because it involves Crime and Punishment and Faust but in the way that it seems you cannot write about one book without writing about seven. The list of texts I'll have to discuss so far are: Goethe's Faust, Crime and Punishment, Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Doctor Faustus, and The… Continue reading last night i finished reading ‘the master and margarita’ for the first time
Is Faust Pt. One a TragedyAn essay I wrote on Faust, Part One by Goethe.