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GUYS WHAT IF THE SOUL GEM IS HEIMDALL? HE CAN SEE EVERY SOUL. AND HIS NAME STARTS WITH AN H. HOLY SH*T

anonymous asked:

favorite books/authors?

Poetry:
Complete Poems, Anna Akhmatova
Selected Poems II: 1976-1986, Margaret Atwood
New Collected Poems, Eavan Boland
Selected Poems, Gwendolyn Brooks
Autobiography of Red, Anne Carson
The Beauty of the Husband, Anne Carson
Glass, Irony & God, Anne Carson
Selected Poems, T.S. Eliot
Seam, Tarfia Faizullah
Averno, Louise Glück
Poems 1962-2012, Louise Glück
Opened Ground, Seamus Heaney
The Black Unicorn, Audre Lorde
Certain Magical Acts, Alice Notley
In the Pines, Alice Notley
New and Selected Poems: Vol.1, Mary Oliver
Extracting the Stone of Madness, Alejandra Pizarnik
The Collected Poems, Sylvia Plath
Incorrect Merciful Impulses, Camille Rankine
Citizen: An American Lyric, Claudia Rankine
The Poetry of Rilke, Rainer Maria Rilke
If Not: Winter, Sappho (tr. Anne Carson)
Crush, Richard Siken
Selected Poems, Marina Tsvetaeva

Fiction:
The House of Spirits, Isabel Allende
Cat’s Eye, Margaret Atwood
An Oresteia, Aeschylus, Euripedes, Sophokles (tr. Anne Carson)
The Complete Plays, Anton Chekov
The Complete Poems and Plays, T.S. Eliot
Grief Lessons: Four Plays by Euripedes (tr. Anne Carson)
My Brilliant Friend, Elena Ferrante
Madame Bovary, Gustave Flaubert
A Soldier of the Great War, Mark Helprin
Niels Lyhne, Jens Peter Jacobsen
Selected Stories, Alice Munro
Harry Potter series, J.K. Rowling
Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare
The Secret History, Donna Tartt
The Lord of the Rings, J.R.R. Tolkien
Deathless, Catherynne M. Valente
The Importance of Being Earnest, Oscar Wilde
The Picture of Dorian Gray, Oscar Wilde

Non-fiction:
The Master Letters of Emily Dickinson
Men in the Off Hours: “Dirt and Desire: Essay on the Phenomenology of Female Pollution in Antiquity,” Anne Carson
Perilous and Fair: Women in the Works and Life of J.R.R. Tolkien, J.B. Croft
Selected Letters, Martha Gellhorn
Letters: Summer 1926, Pasternak, Tsvetaeva, Rilke
The Book of Disquiet, Fernando Pessoa
The Unabridged Journals of Sylvia Plath
Letters to a Young Poet,  Rainer Maria Rilke
Straw for the Fire, Theodore Roethke
Wartime Writings 1939-1944, Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
The George Sand-Gustave Flaubert Letters
Journal of a Solitude, May Sarton
Reborn: Notebooks & Journals 1947-1963, Susan Sontag

Authors:
Anna Akhmatova
Margaret Atwood
Simone de Beauvoir
Anne Carson
Sandra Cisneros
Emily Dickinson
Louise Glück
Hermann Hesse
John Keats
Clarice Lispector
Katherine Mansfield
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Anaïs Nin
Alice Notley
Mary Oliver
Alejandra Pizarnik
Sylvia Plath
Adrienne Rich
Rainer Maria Rilke
Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
Susan Sontag
Wisława Szymborska
J.R.R. Tolkien
Marina Tsvetaeva
Oscar Wilde
Virginia Woolf

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From Neurosurgeon Doctor to Sorcerer Supreme

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Dr.Strange: My little review! (SPOILERS)

Man oh man. The movie was good. not just good, but great. Not just great, amazing. Not just amazing, but MARVELous. I’m not sorry. You came for my two cents, so lets get it, lets go!

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Did I know Benedict Cumberbatch was going to be a good Dr.Strange?Yes. Did he prove me right? Yes. Welcome to the MCU Ben, welcome!
  • Cumberbatch’s American accent was actually really quiet good. At first it took me by surprise, but quickly got used to it.
  • Tilda Swinton as the Ancient One, was everything. Her bald head was everything I hoped for.
  • Benedict did a great job really personifying the essence of Stephen Strange, all his humor, arrogance, fast speech, conspicuous ego. He made the journey of humbling himself more believable.
  • WONG. WONG. WONG. WONG.
  • Chiwetel Ejiofor is always a great actor, and I’m so excited to see him as a bad guy, in the Marvel universe!
  • Rachel McAdams as Catherine Palmer was great, I honestly wish there was more of her in the film.
  • Mads Mikkelson, as villainous as ever. 
  • Dormammu of the Dark Dimension. I really liked how they personified him, you could really see his expressions of anger and confusion when Strange was trying to “bargain” with him.
  • The film itself is actually pretty humorous, though it has it dark moments which it should. I did find myself laughing a lot throughout the film.
  • Don’t get me started on the VISUAL EFFECTS!!!!!!!! Marvel absolutely outdid themselves on the visual effects, they were amazing. Seeing them in 3D or not, the effects are just as awesome. I can see where people say it has Inception vibes.
  • THE CLOAK OF LEVITATION! It should have it’s own movie.
  • The jab about the infinity stones. 
  • The way Palmer kissed Strange’s cheek! I honestly thought that was way more tender and fitting then a kiss on the mouth. I genuinely liked that shared moment.
  • THOR.

This movie was so good. Go tell your wife, mom, brother, friend, garbage man to go see this movie.  It extremely fun to watch, not a dull moment. Or just go see it for the sake of Benedict Cumberbatch’s wistful eyes and baritone voice. 

Mikkelsen says he never consciously plotted to break into Hollywood, and notes that most of the big roles he’s played came about after directors saw him in something and approached him with a part. “I came over here and got an agent after Casino Royale, and after that I had quite a few auditions,” Mikkelsen says. “But one day I found myself in an office, trying out for a Fantastic Four something, extending my arms like a rubber man, and I was like, ‘This is so embarrassing. I’m standing in a fucking office, reaching for something on the other side of the room, and I have one line. I can’t do this anymore.’” He shakes his head at the memory. “Happily, I get phone calls now.”

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