In a world powered by search engines and social networks do we need to rewrite the concept for being alive, or are we starting to create new myths? Cartoon from the Issue of March 22, 2010 : The New Yorker
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The anguish of God's lonely men: Dostoyevsky's underground man and Scorsese's Travis Bickle by Swensen, Andrew J Travis Bickle: Loneliness has followed me my whole life. Everywhere. In bars, in cars, sidewalks, stores, everywhere. There's no escape. I'm God's lonely man.
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Imagine, in one global day, the pages of prose turned, plays performed, films screened, the unending stream of television comedy and drama, twenty-four-hour print and broadcast news, bedtime tales told to children, barroom bragging, back-fence Internet gossip, humankind's insatiable appetite for stories. Story is not only our most prolific art form but rivals all activities … Continue reading Why is so much of our life spent inside stories?