Richard Armitage tangentially related

Richard Armitage, SAG-AFTRA event, Fall 2016.

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~ by Servetus on October 17, 2018.

6 Responses to “Richard Armitage tangentially related”

  1. OMG, Jahrestage! I’m impressed that that is one of your favourites! I was introduced to Uwe Johnson by my Leistungskurs Deutsch teacher who had a thing for DDR novelists. Günter Kunert, Hermann Kant, Uwe Johnson, Rainer Kunze, Ulrich Plenzdorf – I read them all. Johnson was one of the harder ones, and I never quite got him. Maybe I should give Jahrestage another go, 30 years later.
    Oh, and thank you for the shout-out!


    • I read it in the spring of 1999 in Mainz when I often felt a bit “stuck in my room.” I’m a big fan of the GDR novelists, too — add Jurek Becker to that list, for sure. I loved Kant’s Die Aula. I don’t think that’s ever made it into English, either. I really liked stuff that covered the sort of initial hopeful period.


  2. I am definitely getting The Master and Margarita. That article was a great promoter of the book and all the talk recently and blogs about Richard’s Russian I think are signs to me to read this book!

    Thank you for the shout out about the blog. My interactions online started right here and yours is so well written and well designed and you led me to Guyltys and a few other blogs that are also honest and insightful and have helped me come out of my shell. Richard’s in my subconscious now so wink wink nod nod is the ode to him but I am gonna try to keep him under wraps over there and delve into other topics hopefully of universal interest.

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  3. I have both the lipstick and nail polish that Hayley Atwell wore as Agent Peggy Carter. That show was vintage lovers dream come true.

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