64) Geoffrey Blodgett, "The Mugwump
Reputation, 1870 to the Present," Journal of American History LXVI (March 1980), p.
Concerning a family of gender-shifting vampires incestuously feeding off each other, violently fathering and mothering themselves upon each other with an obsessive desire matched only by a hairy-palmed infatuation with their own body parts, Blood of Mugwump
cannibalizes our literary past (Burroughs, Faulkner, Eliot, Sade) in the act of violating any number of taboos, social and aesthetic.
In their private careers, many were self-made men or, at the very least, lacked the Brahmin old-wealth ties of their Mugwump
37 Saddler Street, Durham, DH1 3NU, (0191) 386-1282.
At the other end of the spectrum, the mugwump
, defined as "an independent in politics," was depicted by a 1930s humorist as "a bird who sits with its mug on one side of the fence and its wump on the other.
He's part Paul Ehrlich-style environmentalist, terrified about overpopulation and favoring tight immigration controls; part Club of Rome-style limits-to-growth advocate; and part Western-states mugwump
, extremely suspicious of the illogical, inefficient component of politics.
Suddenly, he felt all fuzzy, having not communicated to Dr David Fleming, National Museums Liverpool mugwump
, just how ideally suited these ready-made halls would have been to display publicly the hundreds of ship models condemned to indefinite storage.
He is a partner in fashion and gift store The Mugwump
in Saddler Street, a former county councillor, and deputy chairman of the city's chamber of trade.
will present "Wizardry 101: The Magic of Books" for interested people of all ages.
the Bach Festival ensemble rehearses on the Main Stage while the Americana, country and blues outfit Thee Blair Street Mugwumps
perform in the Wine Court.
Amid much fanfare, Merseyrail mugwumps
last month announced a zero tolerance about feet on seats with threats of court action, with 11 people now being prosecuted.
Basin and Range, Thee Blair Street Mugwumps
- Variety, 9 p.