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The self, and its conflicts, is the final concern of the modern imagination. They wait on the curb. Two beetle American cars go by. A breeze. Cool sky. Taking her hand an instant, warm knuckles of her long fingers.
Just guiding you safely across. She went up the stairs before him, curious climber. White petticoat. Slight pigeon toe. The voices around the corner and in the door. Slight hush as they enter, and sit. She crosses her legs and smooths her skirt over her nice knee. We narrate ourselves, from all angles, far and near.
We are everybody and nobody. The fluid transitions from one tense to another in the writing give us the sense we are neither here nor there. Or that everything is present at once, like a Cubist portrait. There are macabre surrealist episodes as, for example, the brawl scene in a London pub with Dangerfield wearing a kangaroo costume.
Then there are periods where the writing is kinetic, like an action painting, fast paced, trusting in chance meanings, alternating with long solipsistic bouts of interior monologue. The writer attacks from every side of the page.
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They say nothing lasts. Gray for what? Gray for rain. And pink for poodles. Colours for everything. They say, green for work. Now what is it?
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For Idleness? I think the black. You there below decks, run me up a little black ensign. For lust. What are they going to say? Not red. I think the brown. Brown for lust. Some descriptive passages hit suddenly like a combination of blows to the head, leaving you seeing stars. Green carpet on the floor, faded and beat. Square wash basin in the corner and a red screen.
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The fireplace neatly with a copy of the Evening Mail. A boarded up door out to the back garden. She said in heavy rain, water came in on the floor. And another door into the hall.
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Out there I take my baths and late at night for leisure. I will scrub your back.
That would be nice… A battered wardrobe, half open and a green coat, and three pairs of shoes.
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