house of insomnia: Famous Novelists on Symbolism... →
It was 1963, and 16-year-old Bruce McAllister was sick of symbol-hunting in English class. Rather than quarrel with his teacher, he went straight to the source: McAllister mailed a crude, four-question survey to 150 novelists, asking if they intentionally planted symbolism in their work. Seventy-five authors responded. Here’s what they had to say. This Is fucking amazing. Seriously. Richard...
And that alone is love, that which never becomes something else.– Kierkegaard (via nevver) nevver, because everything nevver puts up is awesome.
This is awesome!
I was raised on a farm in Mooresville, Indiana. My mama died when I was three,...– John Dillinger to Billie Frechette in Public Enemies
The problem with defending the purity of the English language is that English is...– James Nicoll, 1990 (via coooode) Prettymuch.
I am a lot less stressed
after eating a sandwich. huh. footlong herb and cheese with roast chicken, tikka chicken, bacon provolone, lettuce, tomato, red onion, lots of pickles, salt and pepper and southwest sauce. toasted. I hurt a little inside.
It would be nice my dear mind, if once in a while, you just engaged the clutch a little, and let things spin. Please. I didn’t take you to fancy school and I didn’t take you to fancy college, I quit games and I’m sorry. I am fucking sorry. Please stop punishing me by working every possible solution and branch and splintered possibility.