Daily Archives: May 24, 2007

Self Portrait with Soap Opera

After Helena Bonham-Carter And E.M Forster

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Madame Bovary & the Champions League

For Traditionalists Clermont finds Thomas fascinated by a “wanted” poster – for an Englishman, naturally. I think he’s light on details because Paris is pulling him in. He’s seen carved birds, met pilgrims, enjoyed several active gallowes: but his most … Continue reading

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Of Words the Monopoly

When thou wast borne, some say, & all do thinke,The urine that thou mad’st, was perfect inke. Better than Rhubarbe purging melancholyOne that hath got of words the monopolyThat evesdrops a phrase, and like a spieWatcheth each bombast word, as … Continue reading

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