B. Žižek is, despite the above, just a kind of entertainer who likes playing the game of philosophical inversions with his own "hermeneutic of suspicion", brewed from a mix of pop culture and Jacques Lacan. We recommend his film performances, especially The Pervert's Guide to Cinema.
C. Ernest Hemingway has fantastic titles. When I was young, I was overwhelmed with the excellence of the phrase "For Whom the Bell Tolls". Then early on in high school I discovered its source. A quick collection of great titles (with a bias for things ready at hand, either mentally or physically):
- The Sound and the Fury
- As I Lay Dying
- The Sun Also Rises
- The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gent.
- The First Circle
- The Sickness Unto Death
- Fear and Trembling
- Absalom, Absalom!
- Long Day's Journey Into Night
- The Iceman Cometh
- Mourning Becomes Electra
- Paradise Lost
- The Ticklish Subject
- The Sublime Object of Ideology
- First as Tragedy, Then as Farce