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pages from a cold island: The South Will Rise Again

27 October 2009 8:41 PM, PDT | MUBI | See recent MUBI news »

See I was born and I will die here 

And the seasons never change 

Scatter my ashes in the water 

The gods have smiled, all hail the new queen 

The south will rise again

The Auteurs, The South Will Rise Again (1999)

I call it Brodkey Syndrome. A term deriving from a 1994 newspaper interview with the now-deceased Harold Brodkey—author of famously long-gestating novel The Runaway Soul—in which he recalls how, as a young man, he "lay in Central Park, looking up at the sky, thinking, 'If only I'd been tall.' He got up to walk home, and then remembered that he was."

My most recent example of this odd psychological peccadillo came a couple of days ago when chatting to an acquaintance who runs a profitable small business. This pal has recently returned from a long weekend in San Sebastian, the medium-sized, relatively affluent resort-city in northern Spain, »

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