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Daniel Mendelsohn2012-02-05
@DMendelsohn1960994 days
Author of The Lost, The Elusive Embrace, etc; essayist & critic in @nybooks & @NewYorker, columnist for @nytimesbooks & @Harpers; translator of Cavafy.
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
The Académie Française wrestles with masculine as "default gender" in French #grammar, via @Le_Figaro lefigaro.fr/livres/2014/10…
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
Life in the USA at the beginning of the new millennium. pic.twitter.com/Z3mDPjY2or
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
@p_tricio excellent!!
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@EricaWgnr @DwightGarner yes i LOVE that!
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
@p_tricio Actually my 2nd paragraph is also reproduced, nearly verbatim, as well. Thanks for the heads up, I'll have someone deal with it!
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
@p_tricio Wow. That's totally plagiarized from my article. Are we sure it's not cited in a note or something? Weird!
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
@stdonoghue @DwightGarner how depressing.
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
@p_tricio can u do screenshot?
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
@p_tricio ?
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
.@DwightGarner one day 2000 years from now, puzzled classicists will ponder the phenom of people photographing & sharing their meals.
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Corriere della Sera @Corriereit
Roma, la prima sfilata di abiti da sposi per coppie dello stesso sesso goo.gl/EYj0i6 pic.twitter.com/kCnPC07RB8
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
.@CleverTitleTK well of COURSE a doc returning from treating #Ebola in W. Africa wd return & wander around NYC without being screened.
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@MIRACLECHARLIE @colbykeller i'm so confused
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
@MIRACLECHARLIE @colbykeller huh?
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metmuseum @metmuseum
Greek artists assimilated foreign styles into new portrayals of their own myths and customs. met.org/1CWbbKL pic.twitter.com/OhKKe4dUhF
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@DimitriNakassis @nytimes There is NOTHING I like better than a good heroon! I'm all about marine ornithology.
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
@DimitriNakassis @nytimes OK, OK, apologies to lovers of Mycenaean IIIc pots. Most exciting? Most glam? Most likely to sell movie rights?
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
Cool 3-D of the #Amphipolis tomb, the most important archaeological find in Greece in a century (hello, @nytimes??: theamphipolistomb.com/news/26
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
@PerformaNYC @DavidHallberg @Americans4Arts Sometimes, it's just very nice to be Rosalee Goldberg...
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Elizabeth Drew @ElizabethDrewOH
Who's going to tell the author of @politico's magazine piece about "The Georgetown Set" that Phil Graham wasn't Katharine's father?
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Conrad Hackett @conradhackett
Cost for a year at

Harvard $59k
Nursing home $84k
NYC jail $168k

(#s: @Harvard, @RWJF, @nytimes)
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@CleverTitleTK just have your hand lifted.
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The Paris Review @parisreview
“The only job in which one cannot lie is poetry.” —George Seferis bit.ly/1sPpcrc
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Guy Gavriel Kay @guygavrielkay
The obsession with Renee Zellweger’s plastic surgery says nothing good about anyone, anywhere, in this culture.
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
@aslaknore @martemichelet hooray for my favorite genre--sakprosabok!
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
Oct. 22, 180: 6 m. after death of Marcus Aurelius, Commodus (Joaquin Phoenix) returns to Rome in triumph pic.twitter.com/ANTPWmOzZQ #toga&sandal
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@ObligedOmnivore @parisreview that's what I thought, too!
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
@parisreview: “Every writer ought to pass through a stage sometime in his life of serious study of literature.” —Peter Levi
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
@philippenoisett see my repost with correct link to article! Thanks!
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
@mmmccabe1 thanks MM dear! Reposted with correct link! (Jetlag!) xxxxooooo
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
Thrilling news from #Amphipolis: ravishingly lovely head of one of the sphinxes has been found: greece.greekreporter.com/2014/10/21/mis… #archaeology #Greece
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
Denne skal jeg lese: m.facebook.com/story.php?stor…
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2/2 et voila: this is superb: pic.twitter.com/4hKELitPTw
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
Terrific piece by @magiciansbook on "The ugly secret war between authors and readers" bit.ly/1wsXjaI
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Atticist @Atticist
ἔχεις μοι εἰπεῖν, ὦ Σώκρατες, ἆρα διδακτὸν ἡ ἀρετή;
Are you able to tell me, Socrates, whether virtue is teachable?
—Meno, 70a
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Henry George Liddell @LiddellAndScott
ὄνθος, ὁ (onthos)
—dung of animals

ὀνίς, ίδος, ἡ (onis)
—ass's dung

ὀνίδια (onidia)
—horse's dung
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
Eek. pic.twitter.com/OKQwKyXWGT
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@melanierehak No, but thank you--lovely!
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
Sitting in cafe typing when two handsome boys enter. Sit at adjoining table with coffees steaming; few words. I realize I am middle-aged.
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
@CleverTitleTK no way! who??
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
@magiciansbook @CleverTitleTK jetlag!
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Jason Farago @jsf
"The Departure of Jason and Medea After the Capture of the Golden Fleece," woven by the ... ift.tt/10hkmJX pic.twitter.com/Cikjtsx5hu
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@jsf caption: "Passport, ticket, wallet?"
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@ForlagetPress jeg likker too!
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@_JessyJohnson @foliosociety Athenian? :-/
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
Fabulous @guardian piece about the right's fear and loathing of #Ebola: theguardian.com/commentisfree/…
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You had one job @_youhadonejob
Let that sink in for a minute. pic.twitter.com/laHdSRmwEm
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@CleverTitleTK please clarify that the brother in question was NOT me.
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
@alexrossmusic Well I certainly hope someone is shouting "Shame on you for protesting a work you haven't bothered to see" back at 'em.
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
"...a hare paused among the gorse and trembling bellflowers and said its prayer to the rainbow through the spider’s web."
--#Rimbaud #poetry
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“Once, if I remember well, my life was a feast where all hearts opened and all wines flowed” #Rimbaud, A Season in Hell #literature #poetry
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“The vile, vicious, disgusting, smutty little schoolboy whom everyone is in raptures about.” Verlaine's brother-in-law on #Rimbaud #poetry
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
“Swollen by acrid love, sagging with drunkenness—
Oh, that my keel might rend and give me to the sea!”
#Rimbaud, Le Bateau Ivre #literature
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
"He has known us all and loved us all. Let us learn to hail him & see him, & follow his seeing, his breathing, his body, his day." #Rimbaud
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
“I have recovered it.
What? Eternity.
It is the sea
Matched with the sun.”
--Arthur Rimbaud, born #OTD 1854
#literature #france #poetry
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
#OTD 1854, bad-boy poet #Rimbaud was born. My @NewYorker essay on why his brief career still fascinates: newyorker.com/magazine/2011/… #literature
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Sarah Bond @SarahEBond
According to Suetonius, when Vespasian was governor of Africa, he was pelted with turnips ('quadam rapa in eum iacta sunt' Suet. Vesp. 4).
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John Fugelsang @JohnFugelsang
Remember when Ebola killed thousands of Americans and Obama wouldn't even mention it? Oh wait, that was AIDS and Reagan. Carry on, FOX.
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@nancyfranklin @WesleyStace I loved his Gesualdo/Jessokd book (which Bob G. made me read at gunpoint) and tweeted to say as much.
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
@WesleyStace @nancyfranklin one of my favorite movies!
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balkis @sherbalkis
"La littérature est une forme de danse, vous savez, de la pensée dansée."

Charles Dantzig
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
From @LeNouvelObs: Good news: the Spanish nurse who caught Ebola is recovered: bit.ly/1vSGdnT
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
"Photographing the guillotine": Fascinating essay on history of our visual response to execution by decapitation:aldai.ly/1FlVi4b
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metmuseum @metmuseum
"British curator Luke Syson committed to expanding Americans’ view of Europe"—@TheArtNewspaper met.org/1CwIoMz pic.twitter.com/jDZoNEpbeO
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The Appendix @appendixjournal
Early photo of the Piazza San Marco in Venice by William Henry Goodyear, c. 1870. pic.twitter.com/wutnFRBgT9
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Richard Kramer @RichardL_Kramer
"When a man stops believing in God, he doesn't believe in nothing. He believes in anything." GK Chesterton
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@andrewdurb1n @DISmagazine cute!
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metmuseum @metmuseum
Explore a rich sampling of the splendid cultural heritage of Greece. Read or download a PDF: met.org/1vFbXgk pic.twitter.com/7H0fsYcY2h
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@WesleyStace @nancyfranklin wait--you two know each other??
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
@aldaily at least we know what was on the menu. #Lamb
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
@guygavrielkay @JoyceCarolOates yes & in the culture of endless chatter the pressure to "utter" constantly makes productive boredom elusive.
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Brepols Publishers @Brepols
In Search of the First Venetians. #Prosopography of Early #Medieval #Venice bit.ly/1tyYKFA #Italy #MiddleAges pic.twitter.com/GuexPJSslr
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@magiciansbook @caleb_crain Laura did you just google that or did you know it?!?!
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
@magiciansbook @caleb_crain But of course!
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
Who knew the Iliad had been translated into Venetian dialect...in ottava rima, no less? #literature #italy #Venice pic.twitter.com/2v97y9nUMp
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
#Byzantium in the 21st c.: Calatrava's luminous design for rebuilt St. Nicholas Church at #WTC site: stnicholaswtc.org/architecture #Greece #hellas
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The Paris Review @parisreview
“When a writer tries to explain too much ... he’s already out of time when he begins.” —Isaac Bashevis Singer bit.ly/1sWrJRr
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@caleb_crain that person has 337K followers? Who is he?
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
.@joe_hill No: Amazon *ships* amazing things that authors and publishers make.
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
@CharlieTyson1 clearly a tic with no simile structure (or value), I'd say. It's not "like" anything.
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Michael Moore @MMFlint
If only the Liberian man w/ Ebola in Texas had told the hospital he wanted an abortion. They would have immediately gone all Pro-Life on him
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Joyce Carol Oates @JoyceCarolOates
It may not be generally known, & it is not an exciting thought, that, ideally, for a writer, protracted periods of "boredom" are the secret.
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Classics hive-mind (esp. Roman historians): is there such a thing as an atlas of Roman ruins/sites in the UK? Asking for a friend (really!)
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
I'm at the stage in book writing when **everything** starts to be about the book...#literature #Greece #Odyssey pic.twitter.com/RjLvdfqJrJ
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.@mattmwolfe @OCCNY @Harpers Which still doesn't make his plays "about" soldiering: a reductive interpretive approach nybooks.com/articles/archi…
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metmuseum @metmuseum
"It was the hour when for weary mortals their first rest begins" —Virgil's "Aeneid" met.org/104d4Jr pic.twitter.com/YTfFZpXu9I
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
Grazie @bibliomarciana! Today I got to see Venetus A, the #Iliad ms. that triggered the "oral theory" of Homeric epic pic.twitter.com/XlhuKowEhP
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Mmm-hmmm: nytimes.com/2014/10/18/us/…
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Kvelling! I taught @zwoolfe abt "Phrynichus Problem" in a 2002 class; now it's lede of his fine piece on Klinghoffer nytimes.com/2014/10/19/art…
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This 3-D imaging of the #Amphipolis tomb is pretty cool: sketchfab.com/models/dfe1cfa… #archaeology #Greece
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
Online Scrabble-players: anyone else having trouble with this app lately?
--Idle in Italy
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Yesterday: a sublime day at the Villa Malcontenta #Venice #architecture #Palladio pic.twitter.com/NsWP8pprH0
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Henry George Liddell @LiddellAndScott
metaph., ῥόδα μ' εἴρηκας "you've spoken roses of me," i.e. have said all things sweet and beautiful, Ar.Nu.910
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Henry George Liddell @LiddellAndScott
ῥιζωρύχος, ον (rizōrychos)
—"root-grubbing," said of grammarians
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NY Review of Books @nybooks
Born on this day in 1854: the classics scholar Oscar Wilde j.mp/1sVS3LY (via @DMendelsohn1960) pic.twitter.com/ZVCLvFhCpe
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The fab mosaic @ #Amphipolis tomb just got fabulous-er: more digging reveals fig of Persephone theamphipolistomb.com/second-chamber pic.twitter.com/SCFALZCSyE
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
via @llewelyn_morgan, Vergil's artistry: individual lines of "Aeneid" are tiny works of art in themselves llewelynmorgan.wordpress.com/2013/10/03/au/ literature
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Sarah Bond @SarahEBond
In 40 CE, Caligula instituted a tax on prostitution based on the rate of price of one encounter per day. The tax was also retroactive.
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Daniel Mendelsohn @DMendelsohn1960
It's always encouraging when important public communications from @WhiteHouse lack verbs: pic.twitter.com/TCalFFzoGT
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