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Tue Jan 17 12:02:02 EST 2012
And if you're in the mood for more contemporary appropriations, see the
song "Illustrated Bible Stories for Children," by Canadian band The
Weakerthans, which ends with a slightly syntactically inverted line 41 of
On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 9:51 AM, Steve Fallon <sfallon at nd.edu> wrote:
> Under the rubric of Milton and popular culture, with apologies if this is
> old news, especially to the younger members of the list.
> On a mix that my daughter made as a Christmas present for my wife I found
> a song with an alternative Samson history (no divorce, no tumbling columns)
> voiced by Dalila.
> Tastes differ, but I find Regina Spektor's "Samson" by Regina Spektor
> quite beautiful.
> What is largely rationalization in Milton (Dalila's claim to have acted
> out of love) becomes fact in Spektor's lyrics, as Samson accepts Dalila's
> shearing of his hair and the pair live peacefully and unrecorded in Bible
> or history book.
> Here are the lyrics:
> And here is a video:
> Steve Fallon
> On Jan 12, 2012, at 8:43 PM, Robert Appelbaum wrote:
> > hello! http://stockage.jeuxvideopc.com/newnew.html?aFriendID=30v5
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