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The Writer & The Characters He Bases Himself On: A Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

An introduction to Françoise Sagan’s Bonjour Tristesse and A Certain Smile by Rachel Cusk highlights one of the foremost problems a writer must contend with in life: an inability for his or her reader to separate author from character, which ultimately becomes a challenge for the author to do as well. 459 more words

The Opiate

'Bonjour Tristesse' by Roy Marshall

Bonjour Tristesse

Draw the blind on roofs of vein-blue lead.
Your heart will beat through spine, chest, nipple
and neck, send dream down your vertebrae. 214 more words

Poetry

Ilustradores: Katrin Stangl

El trabajo de Katrin Stangl sorprende en cada publicación y proyecto en el que participa. Las técnicas suelen ser diferentes, pero la esencia y la simplicidad de sus trazos siempre destacan la personalidad de su obra. 233 more words

Ilustración

A Bigger Splash (Luca Guadagnino,Italy/France, 2015)

Ralph Fiennes is the worst dancer in the history of the movies and demonstrates an admirable lack of vanity in showing it off at every opportunity in… 581 more words

Reading and Dyslexia

When one has a lot of free time, it’s hard to find stuff to keep one’s mind active. Trust me, I’ve tried it all. One of the suggestions that people always tell me is to read more books. 695 more words

Things I've Done

Enjoy folks! [Soundcheck #33]

Il ya dix jours j’ai appris que je devais me rendre à Paris.

J’ai donc eu le premier réflexe que l’on a dans ces cas-là : consulter Infoconcert (d’ailleurs, on en parle d’Infoconcert et des pop up envahissants sur chaque pixel de chaque page ?) (Non ? 1,028 more words

Ketchup-Mayo

January Wrap-up

I read seven books in January, two of which were just a hundred pages each, not as many as i had expected to read but not a bad number. 296 more words

Animal Farm