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It’s important for little
girls to have characters to look up to, and also be entertained by the
fantasy parts. There are a lot of not-so-good role models out there for
younger kids, it’s good to have someone they can relate to on
On this day music history: February 21, 1981 - Prince makes his first appearance on NBC’s Saturday Night Live performing “Party Up”. Hosted that week by actress Charlene Tilton (“Dallas”), Prince is booked on the show on the recommendation of Eddie Murphy who becomes the breakout star of the show’s new cast. The episode becomes infamous because the expletive “f***” is said twice in the program during the live broadcast. Once by Prince during his performance, and by comedian Charles Rocket in a sketch. Rocket is fired for his infraction, while Prince’s goes largely unnoticed on the original broadcast and subsequent re-broadcasts of the program in syndication.
This is Wilde’s copy of his friend Theodore Tilton’s collection of poetry ‘Thou and I’. He has inscribed in the cover, “Theodore Tilton brought me to see the room where Poe wrote The Raven – on Friday, Nov. 10. an old wooden house over the Hudson – low rooms – fine chimney piece – very dull Corot day – clergyman with reminiscences of Poe – about chickens -“
The style of this particular quote is interesting - the disjointed, stream-of-consciousness, vignette-like way of writing is unusual for Oscar. He might have been jotting down writing ideas, or just recalling details as they came to him. Anyway, it’s interesting, and amusing.