Posts tagged Lucy
Notes from the Search for Adam and Eve, on Killing the Buddha
My response to the kerfuffle over whether Adam and Eve were real people, at Killing the Buddha, is getting an interesting discussion going. Join in!
Paradise Lust | Tagged Adam, Adam and Eve, Africa, Killing the Buddha, literalism, Lucy, Lyon, Seton-Karr
What is it about the skull?
Recently the Mythographer received a tip about a more-than-usually-interesting letter to NPR’s All Things Considered. It was a response to ATC’s story about Jude Law’s insistence on using a real human skull for the famous “Yorick” soliloquy, in his current Royal Shakespeare Company production of “Hamlet,” for the sake of verisimilitude. As it turned out,… More →
History | Tagged Descartes, John Wilkes Booth, Lucy