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William Rose Benét: Mad Blake

Mad BlakeWilliam Rose BenétBlake saw a treeful of angels at Peckham Rye, And his hands could lay hold on the tiger's terrible heart. Blake knew how deep is Hell, and Heaven how high, And …

Alex Comfort

Dr. Alex Comfort was the author of the groundbreaking 1972 how-to manual The Joy of Sex. Alexander Comfort was a trained biologist and psychiatrist, and his early career was devoted to the study of ag…

Southern Comfort

Director:Kate DavisHBO Theatrical Documentary Presentations; NR; 90 minutesRelease:2/01Cast:Robert Eads, Lola Cola Kate Davis deserves much credit for her documentary, Southern Comfort. Davis …

Mad Max

The fictional hero Mad Max first appeared in the low-budget 1979 movie Mad Max, directed by George Miller and starring Mel Gibson as Max. Max's milieu is a barren Australia of the near future, dominat…

Mad City

Director: Constantin Costa-GavrasWriter: Tom MatthewsDirector of Photography:Patrick BlossierEditor:Francoise BonnotMusic:Thomas NewmanProduction Designer:Catherine HardwickeProducers:Arnold K…

Alex Comfort 2000 Deaths

Alex ComfortAge: 80 writer, physician, poet, and pacifist who wrote the 12-million-copy seller The Joy of Sex: A Gourmet Guide to Lovemaking, which was first published in 1972. The illustrated…

Alex Comfort Biography

Alex Comfortwriter, physician, poet, and pacifistBorn: 2/10/1920Birthplace: London, England writer, physician, poet, and pacifist who wrote the 12-million-copy seller The Joy of Sex: A Gourmet Guide t…

Brewer's: Dutch Comfort

`Tis a comfort it was no worse. The comfort derivable from the consideration that how bad soever the evil which has befallen you, a worse evil is at least conceivable. Source: Dictionary …

The Devil's Dictionary: Mad

by Ambrose Bierce MACROBIANMAGDALENEMAD -adj. Affected with a high degree of intellectual independence; not conforming to standards of thought, speech and action derived by the conformants f…