dimarts, 22 de febrer de 2011

Escritores Bebedores (I)

Los textos son the Life, allí encontraréis más fotos de escritores que amaban el alcohol y las drogas, nunca sabremos si su talento fue mejorado por sustancias ajenas o estas sólo consiguieron que el talento no aumentara, ¿quién sabe? 
Estos rostros.

Charles Baudelaire (1821 - 1867): Absinthe, Booze, Opium
"Always be drunk ... Get drunk militantly. Just get drunk."

Dorothy Parker (1893 - 1967): Alcohol
"One more drink and I'll be under the host" is only one of the fabled wit's immortal utterances. A founding member of New York's "Algonquin Round Table" of writers and critics and an adamant lifelong liberal, Parker wrote criticism and verse for Vanity Fair, The New Yorker, LIFE, McCall's, and many other outlets.

Ernest Hemingway (1899 - 1961): Booze
Notorious for making fun of his fellow writers who sought relief from their own alcoholism (when Fitzgerald admitted that alcohol had bested him, Hemingway urged him to toss his "balls into the sea -- if you have any balls left"), Papa himself was an increasingly messy drunk. George Plimpton once famously observed that by the end, Hemingway's ruined liver protruded from his belly "like a long fat leech."
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