still your facial muscles and enter the state of what Wordsworth calls wise passiveness. Then the part of your self that up to then has failed to receive experience will take on and become color, gesture, and the beautiful dead fabric of the unnatural.
The print (with color and contrast restored in Photoshop) is by Kogyo Terasaki (1866-1919), at https://fujiwara57.tumblr.com/post/174621038848/bijin-no-kaisuiyoku-beach-girl-de-terasaki
The poem by Wordsworth is “Expostulation and Reply.”
This typewriter is to them a symbol of that education and as such is the most prized family possession.”
We’ll soon put a stop to that — right, Mr. Chief Justice?
I don’t seem to be able to upload the subtitles as part of the video, but this ensemble is North Korea’s Moranbong Band and the song it’s singing is titled, in the Korean jussive mood, “Let’s study.” Here’s a PDF of the subtitle file.
G. Mackenzie Bacon, On the Writing of the Insane (London, 1870):