Television Set - Emma Hauck's Letters flac album
Title: Emma Hauck's Letters
Style: New Wave, Post-Punk, Synth-pop, Minimal
MP3 album: 1895 mb
FLAC album: 1855 mb
Other formats: MP3 AU AHX WMA MPC MIDI MMF
Genre: Electronic / Rock / Pop
Television is the third album by American rock band Television. The album was released in 1992, fourteen years after the band's second studio album and subsequent break up in 1978. A video for "Call Mr. Lee" was filmed and aired on MTV to limited play. Television has generally been well received by critics.
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The letters below were written when Joyce returned to Dublin alone for the first time, in 1909, in an attempt to get Dubliners published. They are delightfully, shockingly dirty. Read in full, they are also quite charming. In the absent spaces, we can hear Nora’s enthusiastic, just-as-naughty replies, and the longing of a man who wants nothing more than to be home. This correspondence was first published in 1975 in the Selected Letters of James Joyce, now out of print
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Hartfield, Emma and Mr. Woodhouse’s home, functions as the geographical center of the novel. Just about any excursions away from Hartfield become Momentous Occasions (in Mr. Woodhouse’s mind, at least). Mr. Knightley walks from Donwell Abbey to Hartfield just about everyday. At least not outside the view of every single busybody in town. Specifically, Emma takes place in a tiny decade known as the Regency. It’s named after the Prince Regent, George, who takes over for his crazy father – also named George. The Regency was a time of rollickin’ good fun for the rich folks – George liked to have a good time.
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NotesAll songs recorded between 2008-2014 in Berlin.
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Cassette only – limited edition of 150 copies