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On Reading Kafka's The Metamorphosis

“When Gregor Samsa woke up one morning from unsettling dreams, he found himself changed in his bed into a monstrous vermin.”  Franz Kafka, The Metamorphosis… 310 more words

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Beatriz Stix-Brunell

Beatriz Stix-Brunell, “Trespass” choreography by Alastair Marriott and Christopher Wheeldon from “Metamorphosis”, The Royal Ballet

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Unique

Screens

An eerie and mysterious painting from Marie Cerminova, known as Toyen, one of the leading members of the very active Czech Surrealist Group. Her work included oil paintings, photo-montages and line drawings in a distinctive style, often featuring explicit erotic imagery, bizarre juxtapositions and startling metamorphosis. 12 more words

Surrealism

When Push Comes to Shove


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It’s Friday. We’ve made it to the end of the week and for that I am so exceptionally grateful. This week has taught me more than perhaps my entire first year in college altogether. 737 more words

Life

Fragile strength #midnighthaiku #WQWWC

Unfettered beauty

Riding the storms of Chaos

Fragile as a heart

There are few things as strong…or as fragile…as a butterfly. Their delicate wings can withstand both wind and rain, yet the touch of a finger can damage them beyond repair. 494 more words

Photography

Underneath my skin

We are having long and deep discussions about creativity. It’s like injecting life into my veins. It feels so good. We talk about his writing, my art, my writing, our differences and shared processes. 419 more words

THE HOUSE