The Resurrected

 


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From out of nowhere and everywhere comes the Resurrected. Take a meandering hour-long journey into the afterlife as Edward Carpenter's eloquent and insightful narration is brought to life by Daniel Teafoe as the Resurrected. The text for this engaging monologue is edited from Carpenter's book of narrative prose called Towards Democracy (1883). In it, he speaks of democracy in a spiritual sense, rather than a political one. It is where the Cosmic voice speaks, from various points of view, including its own

In regards to the subject matter of his book, Carpenter later explained "That there is a region beyond what we usually call mortality, into which we humans can yet pass, I do not doubt; it's explanation still remains for investigation."

The Resurrected has been presented by Teafoe in various incarnations since 1976, including a variation at the Aquarian Festival at the Battersea Town Hall in 1981. He recently hosted an exhibit of his 3D/lenticular photos in the Chelsea library gallery in August 2007.

  • 7pm
  • £8 (conc £6)

Where

Calder Bookshop
51 The Cut, London, SE1 8LF
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