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Sunday, January 12, 2003

Sunday January 12, 2003

Filed under: Uncategorized — m759 @ 4:17 PM

Ask Not…

For you it's goodbye,
For me it's to cry,
"For whom the bell tolls"…

The Bee Gees


The Bells of Notre Dame

(Recall Julia Ormond in
 the 1995 "
Sabrina.")

 


JAN. 12, 2003,  N. Y. TIMES OBITUARIES  



C. Douglas Dillon, Financier Who Served in Kennedy Cabinet, Dies at 93 C. Douglas Dillon, Financier Who Served in Kennedy Cabinet,
Dies at 93

By ERIC PACE

C.Douglas Dillon was named secretary of the Treasury by President Kennedy and ambassador to France under President Eisenhower.

Monique Wittig, 67, Feminist Writer, Is Dead Monique Wittig, 67, Feminist Writer, Is Dead

By DOUGLAS MARTIN
Monique Wittig was a French writer and literary theorist whose imaginative, fiercely innovative books tried to create a new mythology for the feminist movement. 



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Maurice Gibb, Bassist for the Bee Gees,
Dies at 53

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Maurice Gibb played bass and keyboard for the Bee Gees, whose 1977 album, "Saturday Night Fever," sold more than 40 million copies.


Added Jan. 13, 2003 (feast day of St. James Joyce):

For more on feminism and mythology, see

For the rest of the Dillon story,
click on the big red C above.

In this case, the victory of the alphabet over the goddess may have been rather short-lived. Here is Miss Audrey Hepburn (the original film Sabrina) as a very credible — and victorious — goddess:

See also the journal entries below.

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