Love that never told can be;
For the gentle wind does move
I told my love, I told my love,
Trembling, cold, in ghastly fears,
Soon as she was gone from me,
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NOVEMBER 28 -- DENNIS BRUTUS
South African poet, educator, anti-apartheid activist.
MAKE YOUR OWN HEAD DAY.
1545 -- 3 Typos & You're Out?: Jacob van Liesveld,
printer/"heretic" (Refeyen), beheaded.
1757 -- English Romantic poet, radical, mystic, printer,
engraver, subversive, William Blake lives. See Kenneth
Rexroth's More Classics Revisited & "Poets Old &
New" in Assays.
1820 -- German radical Friedrich Engels, Karl Marx's partner, lives.
1832 -- American Hegelianist Benjamin Paul Blood
lives, Amsterdam, New York.
BENJAMIN PAUL BLOOD 1997 SAINT
Pioneered the study of Hegel while on nitrous oxide.
1862 -- Theo van Rysselberghe (1862-1926) Belgian
painter (pointillisme), lives (or 11-23?). Contributor,
along with Paul Signac Maximilien Luce, Aristide
Delannoy, Alexandre Steinlen, Camille Pissarro,
Van Dongen, George Willaume, etc., to the
anarchist magazine "Temps Nouveaux".
1868 -- Maiju Lassila lives. Finnish author, journalist,
revolutionist whose colorful life created a legend
around him. Arrested & was shot dead on May 5,
1918 while trying to escape imprisonment.
1881 -- Stefan Zweig lives. German poet/translator/
biographer, short-story writer/novelist, achieved fame
with his interpretations of many imaginary &
The Royal Game used two games of
chess to illustrate the horrors of Nazism.
1905 -- George Bernard Shaw play "Major Barbara"
opens in London.
1907 -- Alberto Moravia lives. Italian journalist,
short-story writer, novelist who explored sex, social
alienation and other contemporary issues. Major
figure in 20th-century Italian literature, censored by
Benito Mussolini's fascist, & placed by the Vatican
on the Index librorum prohibitarum (Index of Forbidden
1908 -- French structural anthropologist Claude
"The world began without man, & it will
complete itself without him."
— Claude Levi-Strauss
1911 -- Zapata proclaims Plan of Ayala Mexico.
"A strong people do not need a government"
— Emiliano Zapata
1924 -- Poet Dennis Brutus lives, Salisbury, Rhodesia (now
Known as the "singing voice of the South
1930 -- France: "l'Age d'or", Buñuel & Dali's second film,
premieres. Rightwing nationalists attack the cinema house,
cops ban the film.
1944 -- USA: San Francisco Digger, author (Ringolevio,
Final Score) Emmett Grogan lives. Anarchist, 'Superman of the
Underground'. A US Defense Department certified schizophrenic
who deliberately sent himself amphetamine-crazy on a military
To clarify his philosophy, Grogan attended a Dialectics
of Liberation conference where he received an ovation
for his speech ...
& then informed the audience the first man to deliver it
was AdoIf Hitler...
1960 -- Richard Wright dies in exile, in Paris. Postal
worker, novelist & short-story writer, among the first
American black writers to protest white treatment of
1985 -- Author Fernand Braudel dies.
1993 -- France: La Société Octave Mirbeau founded, to
contribute to the knowledge of the life, the battles & the
works of the great French novelist, journalist & anarchiste.
Octave Mirbeau (1848-1917), journaliste, pamphlétaire,
critique d'art, romancier et auteur dramatique, est une des
figures les plus attachantes et les plus originales de la
littérature de la Belle Époque.
1997 -- Peru: Government frees 83 prisoners falsely
convicted of terrorism.
2008 -- US: Black Friday: Two are shot at a Toys R Us
store in Palm Desert, California, & a Wal-Mart employee
is crushed in a stampede after shoppers broke down
a front door in Valley Stream, New York.
2010 -- WikiLeaks begins releasing some 12,000
US diplomatic cables from the 251,287 it has got
its hands on.
Nowadays most people die of a sort
of creeping common sense, &
discover when it is too late that
the only things one never regrets
are one's mistakes.
— anti-Typos, 1997-2000113