Minotaure Magazine, November 1936 A literary publication covering plastic arts, poetry, architecture and psychoanalytical studies and observations. It is sad that today most magazines are too afraid to be different. Long Live - Minotaure Magazine!
Sappho She and Homer founded Western literature. But Homer never wrote like this: By the cool water the breeze murmurs, rustling Through apple branches, while from quivering leaves Streams down deep slumber.