“Please Mr. Postman” Delivers the Goods April 21, 2019 By fennellK 1 Comment Dear friends, I’m very happy to publish here a new video of my presentation of “Stop & Go, Pleasure & Pain in the Marvelettes’ Please Mr. Postman.” Please watch, listen and enjoy!
Carol Yost says
Wow-oh-wow! I loved this paper! You presented the opposites in the song so clearly, along with what we can learn from it! I loved what Ellen Reiss said to you about pleasure and pain, and I immediately felt the kind criticism of that for my own life. Pain given good form in art always makes for pleasure—good golly, Ms. Molly! I’ll be thinking about that for my own life.
This also explains why great tragic operas that I’ve loved, like Madama Butterfly, make for pleasure.
Another thrilling discovery was the fact that there are other exciting videos to watch on the Aesthetic Realism Foundation website.