(我說昨天讀Wikipedia 日文對此君的"目次" 很驚訝....)
(我記得去年還是前年 我們在臺大校園散步 巧遇某在澳洲做研究的中國學者---他來臺灣一日遊自由行 問起我的一些意見 我對他說不要盲目誤信中國的國力 類似 中國民族主義可休了 .....
Kevin 有更好的待客之道 就由他帶朋友去搭車
某評論者對於 《父親與民國——白崇禧將軍身影集》很不以為然 認為應該由他人來寫
其實 這是白家的重要工作 因為此書完成 他家再聚會一次
他發揮廣西人的蠻幹精神 以毅力完成他的觀點的父親 再次幫白崇禧下葬告別
白先勇 (75歲)說他的父親在台灣17年受蔣介石監視 不得志的晚年
他們住的什麼松江路 四平街等 無非都是蔣介石的夢幻之旅 或李敖說的意淫中國?
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其實 這是白家的重要工作 因為書成他家再聚會一次
我是看TVBS "看板人物"訪問白先勇 看到這張照片
白先勇 (75歲)說他的父親在台灣17年受蔣介石監視 不得志的晚年
白崇禧將軍膽識超人，用兵機巧百變，謀略深遠 ，記憶力驚人，善於捕捉戰場信息，在國軍中享有「小諸葛」、「今諸葛」、「當代張良」 、「近代第一龍韜虎略將軍」 、「常勝將軍」等美譽，其卓越的軍事才能為國共名家公認，甚至侵華日軍也尊稱他為「戰神」。
全文轉卡洛的台北三園和臺東家園 (下次卡洛要向老母親說 我們這些BLOG粉絲 幾年前就知道她的日本婦女期刊.......)
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Torahiko Terada (寺田 寅彦 ) 病室 之花 收入 扶桑四季紅 台北:躍昇文化 1988 pp.112-23
Bee Gees' singer Robin Gibb dies after cancer battle
British-born Gibb's musical career began when he formed the Bee Gees with his brothers Barry and Maurice in 1958.
The group is among the biggest-selling of all time with hits spanning six decades, including Stayin' Alive, How Deep Is Your Love, Massachusetts and Night Fever.
Gibb's family said in a statement: "The family of Robin Gibb, of the Bee Gees, announce with great sadness that Robin passed away today following his long battle with cancer and intestinal surgery.
"The family have asked that their privacy is respected at this very difficult time."
Broadcaster Paul Gambaccini described the singer as "one of the major figures in the history of British music".
Former BBC Radio 1 DJ Mike Read described his death as a "tragedy".
'Phenomenal legacy' The Gibb brothers were born in the Isle of Man but grew up in Manchester, later moving to Australia.
The Bee Gees notched up album sales of more than 200 million worldwide since their first hits in the 1960s.
"Everyone should be aware that the Bee Gees are second only to Lennon and McCartney as the most successful songwriting unit in British popular music," said Gambaccini.
"Their accomplishments have been monumental.
"Not only have they written their own number one hits, but they wrote huge hit records for Barbra Streisand, Diana Ross, Dionne Warwick, Celine Dion, Destiny's Child, Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers, the list goes on and on.
"What must also be said is Robin had one of the best white soul voices ever. He was singing lead on his first number one when he was 17, that was Massachusetts."
'Thanks for the music' Read, who was a family friend of Gibb, said: "He had a gift for melody and a gift for lyrics and left a phenomenal legacy, a phenomenal catalogue."
Referring to the Bee Gees, he said: "They had every award, every gold disc, every platinum disc, the Grammys the lot and had been doing it so long but were still so good at it."
A statement from Sony Music on Twitter said: "Rest in peace, Robin Gibb. Thanks for the music."
He had battled ill health for several years.
In 2010, Gibb cancelled a series of shows after suffering from severe stomach pains while performing in Belgium. He went on to have emergency surgery for a blocked intestine.
His twin brother and band partner Maurice died in 2003 aged 53 following complications from a twisted intestine.
He cancelled a series of shows in Brazil in April 2011, after again suffering from abdominal pains.
Later that year, he was diagnosed with cancer of the colon after having surgery on his bowel for an unrelated condition.
Press speculation He was later also diagnosed with cancer of the liver, and underwent chemotherapy and surgery.
His increasingly gaunt appearance prompted press speculation that he was close to death.
But in February he told the BBC that was making a "spectacular" recovery and he was feeling "fantastic".
Last month the singer fell into a coma after contracting pneumonia.
After 12 days he regained consciousness and his son Robin-John said his father was "completely compos mentis".
"He has beaten the odds... he really is something else," he said at the time.