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Meiji Shrine, Shibuya by Hiroshi Okuda

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Move over Bob Marley: Peter Tosh is finally getting the recognition he deserves

Peter Tosh was not a man of peace. He was a revolutionary. “Peace,” he told the feverish 40,000-strong crowd at the famous One Love Peace Concert in 1978, is “the diploma you get in the cemetery”, written on your tombstone: “Rest in Peace!”

Tosh believed in action. Standing 6ft 4in in his black beret and often wielding a guitar shaped in the form of an M16 assault rifle, he was the most militant member of the world’s greatest reggae band, The Wailers. Next to him, Bob Marley looked like a mere pop star.

Literature Meme: (2/10) Prose
The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood

The Handmaid’s Tale is a dystopian novel, a work of science fiction or speculative fiction, written by Canadian author Margaret Atwood

Set in the near future, in a totalitarian Christian theocracy which has overthrown the United States government, The Handmaid’s Tale explores themes of women in subjugation and the various means by which they gain agency.

The story is presented from the point of view of a woman called Offred (literally Of-Fred).

The character is one of a class of individuals kept as concubines (“handmaids”) for reproductive purposes by the ruling class in an era of declining births due to sterility from pollution and sexually transmitted diseases.(x)

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Peter Nicolai Arbo - Åsgårdsreien

Hail Bathory

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Dan Holdsworth - Blackout, 2010

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Sunn O))) // Earth - Angel Coma

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Jaroslav Panuška. Death in the Alley, 1900.

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