It’s Friday, the D.C. skies are cloudy, but worthy links shine through the murk.
Someone has put the 1963 Caedmon LP of Murder in the Cathedral on YouTube. Performers include Paul Scofield, Cyril Cusack, and Glenda Jackson. The play has been broken into in 11 parts; the first part is here.
Also from YouTube: two-and-a-half minutes from a 1987 production of The Lady’s Not For Burning.
I’ve known the proprietress of Ephemeral New York for 20 years, so she had to know I’d enjoy this book-reading grotesque at City College, an angel on East 14th Street, and weird carvings on Madison Avenue.
At Ferule and Fescue, consider “Facebook, savior of democracy!”
Books, Inq., ponders age and forgetfulness.
How do you plot a novel? Jake Seliger has some thoughts.
Prof Mondo remembers the literary exploits of Freddy the Pig.
Lynnspace seeks to bend your mind with cows.
If you’re not following Julius Caesar on Twitter, hora venit, et nunc est.
You know what’s good on a humid Friday? Long-forgotten ’80s anthems. Here’s “Voices of Babylon.”
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Thank you for the Lady’s Not for Burning clip!