Even without further research, we already know a few big things about the Millennials.Throughout 2010, the Pew Research Center will use a series of new nationwide surveys, supplemented by our analysis of government demographic economic and education data, to probe more deeply into these and other Millennial personality traits.For this book, however, he returns to the original recordings and transcripts in order to assemble new interviews.What he’s looking for is “the truth or essence behind each person, story, or experience”.
Generations may have personalities, but they are not monolithic.
Even its practitioners tend to stint on theoretical analysis.
Ideally, Everyone Loves You When You’re Dead would have offered a partial remedy; its author, Neil Strauss, is a smart former New York Times journalist who began his career working for avant-garde magazines and co-editing Radiotext(e), an excellent anthology of essays about the history and aesthetics of radio.
Carved on the façade of Rouen Cathedral she dances on her hands – a detail picked up by Flaubert in his tale Hérodias, where she moves “like a gigantic beetle”.
Oscar Wilde’s Salome (1893) was written in French and translated into English by his lover Lord Alfred Douglas.