Archive for the ‘The Black Mass’ Category

The Black Mass: Disillusionment by Thomas Mann

Tune in to The Black Mass today at 11am and 7pm Pacif­ic Time (19:00 and 03:00 GMT), for the lat­est in our con­tin­u­ing series of chill­ing land­mark radio dra­mas by some of literature’s most famous authors. The Black Mass was pro­duced by Erik Bauers­feld and John Whit­ing at KPFA in Berke­ley, Cal­i­for­nia between 1963 and 1970, and is pre­sent­ed by kind per­mis­sion […]

The Black Mass: Update

Con­trary to our post­ing yes­ter­day (which has been updat­ed), next week’s tale in our series The Black Mass is Dis­il­lu­sion­ment by Thomas Mann — a tale that is also, some­what para­dox­i­cal­ly per­haps, the ori­gin of a pop­u­lar song.

The Black Mass: A Country Doctor by Franz Kafka

Today we present “A Coun­try Doc­tor” by Franz Kaf­ka: A doctor’s night­ly atten­dance on a dying boy who can­not, or will not, be saved.

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