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  1. Stop! Homer Time — CALL YOUR GIRLFRIEND

    12/6/19

    • We rave about the power and politics of translation inspired by Emily Wilson’s mind-blowingly less-misogynist translation of the Odyssey into English. And we talk with translator Katrina Dodson.

    Transcript below.

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    https://www.callyourgirlfriend.com/episodes/2019/12/06/women-translation-homer

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  2. Momie, momie, momie !

    Dans les années 1920, une expédition archéologique exhuma la sépulture du pharaon Katobey. Désormais exhibée dans un musée, la momie revient alors à la vie, pour mieux châtier les archéologues ayant outragé son sépulcre… Sorti en 1967, ce film a pour titre "Dans les griffes de la […]

    https://www.franceculture.fr/emissions/carbone-14-le-magazine-de-larcheologie/momie-momie-momie

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  3. Episode 1068 - John Goodman — WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

    John Goodman has more than four decades of experience on stage, in movies, and on television, but he’s just now learning to trust himself. After a lifetime of trying to please everyone and beating himself up over everything, John tells Marc what finally caused his perception to shift. John also talk

    http://www.wtfpod.com/podcast/episode-1068-john-goodman

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    Tagged with john goodman

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  4. Ep. 36: “Uncle Licky” - Roderick on the Line - Merlin Mann

    Merlin Mann’s frank & candid weekly phone call with John Roderick of The Long Winters

    http://www.merlinmann.com/roderick/ep-36-uncle-licky.html

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  5. Episode 1066 - Edward Norton — WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

    Edward Norton knows the importance of slowing things down. While many entertainers feel the need to move immediately from project to project, Edward has learned from his peers, his idols, and his own experience that sometimes it’s all about what you don’t do. Edward talks with Marc about the lessons

    http://www.wtfpod.com/podcast/episode-1066-edward-norton

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  6. EPISODE 45 Sex, Sake and Zen: The Life of Ikkyu Sojun (Part 1) — History on Fire

    “The autumn breeze of a single night of love is better than a hundred thousand years of sterile sitting meditation.” — Ikkyu 

    “Thirsty, you dream of water. Cold, you want fire. Not me: I want the firm warm breasts and wetness of a woman.” — Ikkyu 

    "Drinking and lust, no man

    http://historyonfirepodcast.com/episodes/2019/3/18/episode-45-sex-sake-and-zen-the-life-of-ikkyu-sojun-part-1

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  7. EPISODE 46 Enjoying Hell: The Life of Ikkyu Sojun (Part 2) — History on Fire

    “Even if I go to Hell, I’ll find a way to enjoy it.” —

    Ikkyu 

    “Watching my four year old daughter dance, I can’t break free of her. Forgetting my duties, I slip into freedom.” —

    Ikkyu 

    "After ten days in this temple, my mind is spinning. Between my legs the red thread st

    http://historyonfirepodcast.com/episodes/2019/3/25/episode-46-enjoying-hell-the-life-of-ikkyu-sojun-part-2

    —Huffduffed by evrenk

  8. EPISODE 45 Sex, Sake and Zen: The Life of Ikkyu Sojun (Part 1) — History on Fire

    “The autumn breeze of a single night of love is better than a hundred thousand years of sterile sitting meditation.” — Ikkyu 

    “Thirsty, you dream of water. Cold, you want fire. Not me: I want the firm warm breasts and wetness of a woman.” — Ikkyu 

    "Drinking and lust, no man

    http://historyonfirepodcast.com/episodes/2019/3/18/episode-45-sex-sake-and-zen-the-life-of-ikkyu-sojun-part-1

    —Huffduffed by evrenk

  9. ZRP story — Etana

    Etana

    Fran Hazelton tells the story of Etana. The

    image of a man flying on the back of a large bird is well known

    from the Greek myth of Ganymede. It also exists in Mesopotamian

    mythology. Etana, the king of the city of Kish, flies to heaven

    on the back of an eagle to find the herb of birth. [13:44]

    Click on the image below to listen to or download this story.

    Click on the ZRP logo to return to the Home

    page.

    http://www.listentomesopotamianstories.com/zrp/Etana.htm

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  10. ZRP story — Ereshkigal and Nergal

    Ereshkigal and Nergal

    Fran Hazelton tells the story of Ereshkigal,

    queen of the Land of the Dead, and Nergal, the god of death.

    Ereshkigal seduces Nergal and falls in love with him. When he

    leaves her she is distraught and threatens to free the dead.

    Nergal returns to the Great Below and forces Ereshkigal to share

    her throne. [12:55]

    Sponsored by James Ware

    Click on the image below to listen to or download this story.

    Click on the ZRP logo to return to the Home

    page.

    http://www.listentomesopotamianstories.com/zrp/Ereshkigal&Nergal.htm

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