then turns to a discussion of cultural politics and the possibilities for curation, exhibition and practice.
He is the son of folk singers Loudon Wainwright
III and Kate McGarrigle, and brother of Martha Wainwright
, but Rufus has achieved his success by carving out his own singular sound in the worlds of rock, opera, theatre, dance and film.
Faulkner's reading from this period forward in his life, both documented and speculative, serves as the foundation of Wainwright
's assertion of "the paradigm of Darwinian evolution as a literary hermeneutic" applicable to each Faulkner text and to his oeuvre in general (33).
In his characteristic trinitarian fashion, Wainwright
links the 1 Corinthians 13 charismata of faith, hope and love to baptism, the Lord's Prayer, and the eucharist, respectively.
For now, Wainwright
is encouraged by his own progress.
has to stay away from her favorite comedy shows and tragic films.
The indulgence of a daft Liza Minnelli skit, featuring the too-fragile vocals and silly wig of sister Lucy Wainwright
Roche, was more confusing than entertaining but Wainwright
pulled off even their mistakes with ready humour and grace.
The judging panel will be chaired by Dame Fiona Reynolds, a former director-general of The National Trust, and will feature representatives from Countryfile Magazine, Stanfords, The Wainwright
Society and The National Trust.
selected Operation Food Search and Water Missions International as the two charities to benefit from the event.
"[It was] very difficult," says Wainwright
. "I'd always planned to be there for my mother at the end of her life because, as the daughter, I thought that was my role.
Kate died in 2009, shortly after penning "Proserpina," the only tune on this album Wainwright
did not write.
Best known this side of the pond for Set Fire to the Third Bar, her 2006 duet with Snow Patrol, Wainwright
's latest offering is Come Home to Mama, which was released in October.