Indulgences

153. Paris and Winterson

“She was a committed romantic and an anarcha-feminist. This was hard for her because it meant she couldn't blow up beautiful buildings. She knew the Eiffel Tower was a hideous symbol of phallic oppression but when ordered by her commander to detonate the lift so that no-one should unthinkingly scale an erection, her mind filled… Continue reading 153. Paris and Winterson

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145. heaven full of astronauts

“I have a theory that every time you make an important choice, the part of you left behind continues the other life you could have had.” “I seem to have run in a great circle, and met myself again on the starting line.” - Jeanette Winterson.   Dear essay on modernism and post-modernism, you shall… Continue reading 145. heaven full of astronauts