Sunday, July 20, 2008

No Other

"Certainly, in recent years, we, the populace, have been stunned with fear and shame by events in which we have had, however unwillingly, a hand, and this fear and shame seem to have taken a great toll on our composure, our ability to look at what is in front of our eyes." (Deborah Eisenberg in NYRB) who are these trees why don't I know anything obvious not to be trusted with my full weight measured against Péter Nádas Tom Stoppard no fools they know trees lived through history lesson drowsy after breakfast go to work my darling even dream-addled you can pay attention like no other

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