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Leonora Carrington--The Mexican Years, 1943-1985 iHers and occasionally catch them We present ourselves as the answer to their desires Tell me what would be best for youIt smplicit Spanish Phrases for Beginners: Cartoon Vocabulary in this command or plea or reuest that we might be able to provide whats best for the otherPerhaps we do so I Will Bear Witness, Volume 2: a Diary of the Nazi Years 1942-1945 in order to experience a moment or of unreality of fantasy of enchantmentWe put enormous energynto our desires our seeking and our wanting They exhaust us they haunt us they make us weary We spend our lives oscillating between weariness and desireA Ridiculous DisasterFreuently we become the victim of our own desires and perhaps the desires of othersMarias doesn t shy away from the absurd Miklos Alexandrovitch Is Missing! in his description of the life and death experiences of his characters Marta s death wasn t just horriblet was ridiculousThere s something farcical about the way Marias tells aspects of his story Victor s meeting with the King the ndecorous scoundrel nature of his friend and double Ruiberriz de Torres their hilarious visit to the racecourse Initially for me the sense of farce undermined the gravity of Marias novel and Aghora II is ultimately why I have givent four stars rather than five Perhaps I was taking him too seriously or only seriously Perhaps my essentially Anglo perspective was getting Revolutionary Girl Utena, Volume 1 in the way of this literary version of Pedro AlmodavarFrom the Ridiculous to the SublimeUltimately however I think Marias story had toncorporate these farcical moments because life and love do We do things that embarrass ourselves We do things of which we are ashamed We do things that horrify ourselves and othersWe endeavour to hide our flaws so that we can protect our self esteem and our reputation But life doesn t just The Little China Pig (A Rand McNally Junior Elf Book) includet embraces the horrible and the ridiculous and the shameful We have to acknowledge t we have to accept t we have to accommodate Fragments of Isabella: A Memoir of Auschwitz itUltimately we can t edit the ridiculous and the shameful out of our life our story or our life story We know they exist as do others Others watch others know they exist others remember The collective knowledge can t be extinguished So much else goes on behind our backs our capacity for knowledges so limitedThe Collective Consciousness of the PastMemories and knowledge aren t just Minzokugaku to Minzokugaku individual We alone can t know everythingCollectively theres a reservoir of knowledge about all of us lodged n our minds and memories We have to put our heads together and our minds and our memoriesAs a result the loss of one ndividual on death does not necessarily detract from the collective bank of knowledgeStill we only live on after death Magnet in the minds of othersn their memories One day then when our last friend or relative dies there will be no one left to remember us there will be no memory of us and we will finally be dead to timeThis has been the way of all flesh for all of time for eternity We are part of a continuum not of time but of memories In this way the recent present seems like the remote pastBut the past must one day come to an endThe Special Ridiculousness of the Male of the SpeciesMarias freuently describes Aagay Sumandar Hai / آگے سمندر ہے incidents as ridiculous or a disaster or a ridiculous disasterTheres something peculiarly male Making Him Sweat (Wilinski's, in how he goes about thisIn Marta s caset was her death that was ridiculous In Victor s case The Great Divergence: China, Europe, and the Making of the Modern World Economy it was his desire the way he and we males go about seeking and wantingTheres something vaguely grubby and vulgar n his lascivious gaze his analysis of Marta s too small bra and panties his unsatiated horniness his subseuent lust for Marta s younger sister Luisa now the only surviving one of three sisters I had still not seen that new body that was sure to please meVictor proclaims I never sought t I never wanted t but we don t believe him It s n his nature It s n oursMarias sums t up beautifully only a man Library Wars: Love and War 10 is capable of describing as disastrous a night that has not come up to expectations a night when he had expected to have a fuck but hadn tNote how a male converts desirento an expectation an anticipation a prediction of what time has n store for him and so recalls the setup of the novel No one ever expects that they might some day find themselves with a dead woman n their armsBack then Crossing Boarders it seemed like a tragedyn fact at heart t s but Marias skill The Outcast Highlander is to make us realise that at least as far as Victors concerned there s an element of farce n this tale of folly and failure as wellA Time for ShameIf memory Baiae isntrinsically linked to desire then Celebrity, Inc.: How Famous People Make Money it must embody expectation just as much as actuality A memorys not necessarily true nor does In Den Nachmittag Geflüstert Gedichte 1909 1914 it necessarily reflect well on us Memory true memory captures the past our folly and failure warts and all We are ashamed of far too many things of our appearance and of past beliefs of ourngenuousness and Reid Alleje 2 ignorance of the submission or pride we once displayed of our transigence andntransigence of all the many things we proposed or said without conviction of having fallen La Collection Du Centre Georges Pompidou: Un Parcours Au Musee D'Art Moderne de La Ville de Paris in love with whoevert was we fell Die Besessene in love with and of having been a friend of whoevert was we were friends with our lives are often a continuous betrayal and denial of what came before we twist and distort everything as time passes and yet we are the keepers of secrets and mysteries however trivialAn End to Shame and RidiculeOnly death brings relief to the shame and ridicule we have brought upon ourselves Goodbye laughter goodbye scorn However death also takes everything that was good about a life the effort the achievements the rewards the friends the family the love so Marias adds And goodbye ardour goodbye memories Death Ghost Flight (Will Jaeger, isnevitable and one day the present must come to an endTomorrow Kafir Liberal in the Battle Think on MeThe title of the novel comes from Shakespeare s Richard III Tomorrown the battle think on me and fall thy edgeless sword despair and die It s reiterated many times throughout the text although there s no clear explanation of ts significanceIn the play the lines are spoken to Richard by the ghosts of his previous victims who forsee his fate death n battleThey contrast with the message to Richmond Thou offspring of the house of LancasterThe wrong d heirs of York do pray for theeGood angels guard thy battle Live and flourishPerhaps there Divided like Destiny is a suggestion that Evil will be divinely punished and Good will be rewardedHowever elsewheren the novel Marias uestions this Burden and Prayer inferenceHe seems to suggest that we are the sum of our desires and expectations which are foundedn our memories No one ever ceases to be Where's Ringo? immersedn life as long as they have a consciousness and a few memories to ponder than that The Cat Club its a person s memories that make every living being dangerous and full of desires and expectationsClearly he thinks that our desires and expectations can be misguided but Yo Quiero Decir Sunburn ist wrong to be misguided A Witch Alone ist wrong to be dangerousIs t an nevitable conseuence of Free Will even Der Spinnenmann if we purport to believen Fate or Determinism The living also believe that what has never happened can still happen they believe Stundenplan in the most dramatic and most unlikely reversals of fortune the sort of thing that happensn history and Open Source Fuzzing Tools in stories they believe that a traitor or beggar or murderer can become king and the head of the emperor fall beneath the blade that a great beauty can love a monster or that the man who killed her beloved and brought about her ruin can succeedn seducing her they believe that lost battles can be won that the dead never really leave but watch over us or appear to us as ghosts who can Ralph Peer and the Making of Popular Roots Music influence events that the youngest of three sisters could one day be the eldestTheres a skepticism about Fate and Divinity here Yet Crossing Bok Chitto: A Choctaw Tale of Friendship Freedom it has to be weighed against the fact thatn the novel Marta s youngest sister does end up being the oldest of the threePerhaps then Marias message Is That Our Desires that our desires expectations might be misguided they might be subjective but at least they are ours and they might just happenAs long as we are alive as long as we hold our swords aloft as long as there Beauty Wreckage (Broken Crowns is ardour as long as theres effort there The Cuckolds Calling is hope Memories are made of this And stories Don t leave meHold me hold me please hold meSOUNDTRACKNick Cave Into My ArmsI believen loveAnd I know that you do tooAnd I believe n some kind of pathThat we can walk down me and youSo keep your candles burningMake her journey bright "and pureThat she will keep returningAlways and everInto my arms oh LordInto my arms oh "pureThat she will keep returningAlways and everInto my arms oh LordInto my arms oh my arms oh LordInto my arms Man Ray Natasha 1929Original Review April 03 2013 Marvellous Loved the serpentine sentences with their astonishing thought within thought near metaphysical poetic lilt preference for the cosy comma over the sloppy semicolon their use of not oft seen things like reported speech and thought within parentheses or another character s dialogue repeated phrases dark back of time about six times and callback to earlier passages and uotations to elevate the plot matter to something loftier than the obvious Mike s right Mar as aside from being Spain s premier James Belushi Fractions: The First Half of The Fall Revolution impersonators an origamist But where s that elusive fifth star ye cry Despite my love for these sentences not every one was lusciously lickingly lovely plenty felt like stylistic run ons not unlike Hubert Selby deploying his punctuationless style merely as a formality n later books like The Willow Tree and left this in later books like The Willow Tree and left this reader gasping for that most arcane of necessities a paragraph break Meanderingness also experienced The Divide: American Injustice in the Age of the Wealth Gap in the middle portion of the novel regarding the hero s ex lover but the novel builds towards a stupendously bendy climax where Mar as delightsn scrunching one s brain Latin for Children Primer a DVDs Chant CD into various cubist swans and other pond creatures and alls happy agai. And the unknowing Victor plunges nto dark waters And Javier Marías Europe's master of secrets of what lies reveal and truth may conceal s on sure ground n this profound uirky and marvelous novel Brilliantly magined and hugely Brazilian Surrender intricate as La Vanguardia notedt s a novel one reads with enormous pleasu.

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Mañana en la batalla piensa en míHe must have thought his luck was Godforsaken Idaho in they arranged to meet around her place she had a two year old son who was hopefully now offn the land of dreams just the two of them alone Und Nietzsche weinte in her bedroom the muted TVs playing an old black and white movie with subtitles after a few glasses of wine to soften the mood he s hopeful one thing will lead to another gearing up for the moment passion takes hold he wants her The last thing he expected was for her to die suddenly at that very moment A second ago she was n the land of the living but now gone departed Peer Support Handbook for the Police Officer in a flash what does he dot s not an everyday occurrence one would be caught The Devil's Double Buch, Deutsch Ausgabe: Ich war Saddams Sohn in a strange situation like this He barely knows her she has a husband awayn London n a panic does he call and what about the boy asleep n the next room could he simply just vanish B is for Buckeye: An Ohio Alphabet into the dead of night without a trace leaving all the difficulties to the person who would discovery the body As far as her familys concerned she died alone But there are lose ends Decisions decisions decisionsNo one ever expects that they might someday find themselves with a dead woman Angriff The German Attack On Stalingrad In Photos in their armsCoetzee and Rushdie are fans so was the late WG Sebald and I myself think Mar ass one of the finest contemporary writers of his time and t comes as no surprise to me he kicks off this ntriguing and deep psychodrama of sex guilt and family ties with the preliminaries of sex something he seductively covers well Everything s travelling towards ts own dissolution and s lost and few things leave any trace especially Up North Michigan Wines by the Bay: Leelanau and Old Mission Peninsulas Explored if they are never repeatedf they happen only once and never recur the same happens with those things that Reckless: My Life as a Pretender install themselves too comfortably and recur day after day again and again they leave no trace either The writing of Javier Mariass a different case altogether Repetition and recurrence are common aspects of his books and yet they always leave an everlasting trace on readers mind He handles melancholy with a tender touch of his words and let the sadness tranuilly seep through our being but at the same time he keeps a strand of hope lurking around so that we can comfortably sail through the waves of dense narration he usually resorts to w This book no longer existsI told this to the owner of the bookstore t was of course empty You are the second person to complain The first was much younger than you More my age You have not read the book I asked as he sat at the edge of a table mostly emptied He shook his head Then that would explain t I would like my money returned Can t do But I no longer have a book that I bought here Explain yourselfOK It begins with a dead woman Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now in the narrator s arms He will remember her name but never see her face again I m hooked The three hundred and eleven pages solidn my hands It read fastBut you were disappointedNo you re not understanding He was a great storyteller craftsman He planted Guns of Arizona: A Land Where Legends Are Made images situations thoughts throughout tightening the narrative creating unuestioned believability There was a voice It was a voice ofntense Bitter Creek Posse: A tale of the Old West inner reflection but nevernterrupted the flow The suspense kept me reading through two nightsYou want your money back because you didn t sleep I have boring books for youNo The plot was Dárek z pravé lásky: 12 zimních políbení intricate perfectly balanced pitched At times the voice even evolvednto hard boiled crime noir Bulls and Burglars in breaks from this fascinatingnner life of self reflections I bought a suspense novel It was what I needed But set Rambles Around Folkestone: And Other Special Articles (Classic Reprint) in this noir form was the highest philosophical thinking on the nature of reality ondentityToo difficultNot at all He mixed speculation with dramatization of everyday life It The Way of the Scarlet Pimpernel isn t as though this crime story of everyday details greatness likeVirgilorI sold Stevie it to you as greatnessNo yes you did You saidt was what set him apart That within this non elevated non classical literature form he spoke both to modern times and the universal You said that t wasn t some masterful trick of craft And He folded his armsOK There was greatness The story evolved from ts complex characters heartless surprisingly caring at times fascinating But he showed how our dentities are cobbled together by distorting and selecting memories delusions If we can get others to mirror back this mage of us we then can see ourselves how we need to see ourselves We select those who will provide this favor but they too are cobbled together and wanting to create themselves as a certain presentation According to him this s true of all the broadcasted world What we see on the news read n the papers Moving into Meditation: A 12-Week Mindfulness Program for Yoga Practitioners is prepared rehearsed then profferedn distillations according to same favored planHe rose then sat down again I said thisI read The Night Before Baseball at the Park by the Bay it In the bookEverythings storiesHe shows that the teller of the story has the power and will tell Erlebtes Bauen Ost-Berlin 1959 Bis 1989: Fotografien Von Gisela Stappenbeck it any way they want Thent will be the listener s to hold and make their own to tell to themselves and others The same story can never be told the same twice not even by the same person Our consciousness will be filled by the stories we tell ourselves and those told us by othersSo Keep Smiling Through in the endt wasn t suspenseful enough and you want your money back Like the last guy It s not going to happenI haven t eaten for for three daysI have no food here Didn t you see the signI can t eat I haven t finished reading the book yet I m just coming to the endI sure hope soNo I mean the end of the book I have to find out what happensSo why didn t you bring the damn book and finish reading Strange Travelers: New Selected Stories itBecauseBecause the book I heldn my hands was a storya story being tolda story cobbled
"together out of "
out of consciousness of someone cobbled together Sorry Mr Marias It was a great story
cobbled together out OF THE CONSCIOUSNESS OF SOMEONE COBBLED the consciousness of someone cobbled Sorry Mr Marias It was a great story the Miss Darby's Duenna immutability of truth about writing and reading about life asf we lived on a forgotten planet and knowing this all history Yoga for Everyone: 50 Poses for Every Type of Body is our attempts to adapt and survive Everything Even this conversation After leaving me heart pounded and sweat ridden the book dispersednto nothing Can t you see I am holding nothing At least I think Bach Flower Therapy: Theory and Practice its me holding t I looked up He was gone It s unbearable that people we know should suddenly be relegated to the past Death s nevitable From the very first page of Javier Mar as flawlessly executed novel Tomorrow In the Battle Think On Me death becomes a constant companion to the reader always whispering The North American Journals of Prince Maximilian of Wied: April–September 1833 in our ear the truths of ourmpermanence and the endless variety of possible deaths that await us horrible deaths ridiculous deaths death that may make a stranger laugh when they read t n the paper Any dead life lasts longer than an California, Dreaming of Love (50 U.S. States Romance Novel Series) inconstant lived life and our time spent beneath the sky leaves I don t propose to talk about the details of the plot of Javier Marias thought provoking piece of writing butnstead I will simply describe my experience of reading this Richard the III style monologue because that Mr. Monk and the New Lieutenant is what this books a long speech by the narrator Victor No Will of My Own: How Patriarchy Smothers Female Dignity Personhood in a calm unvarying tone a speech that states uite clearly that hes aware that his story Armagnac: The Definitive Guide To France's Premier Brandy is sometimes bizarre and frightening and that we may findt unbelievable n fact he says I am the person doing the telling and people can either choose to listen to me or not so he s not setting himself up as someone reliable Bullwinkle and Rocky irreproachable uite the contraryn fact and I was freuently repulsed by Victor s actions but nevertheless little by little I began to warm to Victor I began to trust him Kamus Bahasa Indonesia in spite of the ever mounting catalogue of odd behavioursncluding his daydreams of strangling women with his long strong fingers his obsession with the links that exist between men who have slept with the same women and his propensity for spying on women Pandora Gets Lazy in the street and yes this miracle of trust that I experienceds entirely due to Victor s superb ability to manipulate words to seduce the reader with his The School of Hard Knocks: Combat Leadership in the American Expeditionary Forces intriguing reflections on memory and death and so I scarcely blinked as he whom they should have despised graduallynsinuated himself softly and silently René Lévesque into the very heart of the family of the woman who diedn his presence n the early pages Victor the victorThere s just one little plot niggle I can t resist mentioning would anyone leave a message on the answering machine of hisher lover knowing that the lover s partner might also access Standby Nurse it In this story not one but three lovers make this mistake This novel blew me away and I m still working to fit my pieces together I got lostnto Mar as winding train of thoughts and I m still trying to find my way back to reality What was Decolonising the Mind it that I liked so much about this novel Well everything the plot the subtle humor the flow of words thedeas the profound pondering I found and lost myself at the same time and I really can t explain this Honningfellen if you haven t donet yet you should read the novel and see for yourselfMar as talks about death about memory about guilt ab Incredible In freakin credible This مرجع کاربردی متدولوژی RUP: برای تولید و توسعه سیستم های نرم افزاری is one of those titles you want to recommend to everyone but you know damned well thatt Verbotene Küsse in der Halbzeit isn t going to be everyone s cup of tea one of those novels that folds up ontself Wormwood Mire into something origami like a piece of paper manipulatednto a work of art something like this even f your own look like this my paper birds have wings that flapWhy do you read Why do you read what you read When you pick up a novel for the first time do you think this looks good and wonder how t will end or do you look over the book and consider how the story might be told how the author might attempt to engage you andor might the author have something to say beyond the story tself Are you a reader who wants and expects entertainment or are you a reader whose expectations demand engagement of a sort th. No one ever suspects begins Tomorrow n the Battle Think On Me that they might one day find themselves with a dead woman n their arms Marta has just met Victor when she nvites him to dinner at her Madrid apartment while her husband s away on business When her two year old son finally falls asleep Marta an. ,

At you know doesn t appeal to all readers If you re one of the readers who expect than story than a gripping page turner someone who wants to be spoken to and not just entertained you just might like Javier Mar as He s a demanding author his expectations of readers are great His willingness to let a narrator s thoughts wander n seemingly aimless and endless directions and to subjects that may or may not seem to speak to the story tself will slam covers closed for many readers If you find Saramago or Bola o or Henry James or Melville too long too wordy too boring like this review Mar as might be an author best avoided one left to the die hards the critics the snobs and the award committees His paragraphs might go on for pages while his sentences can feel almost as long He expects much of his readers but the payoff s worth the time and effortIn TITBTOM the narrator a perhaps unreliable narrator aren t almost all first person narrators unreliable recounts the night he spent with a married woman as they have dinner and anticipate making love once her small child finally falls asleep but her physical distress escalates or degenerates culminating Saved by a Wolf (Paranormal Erotica, in her death while her young son witnesses his partially dressed mother and the narratorn his parents bedroom and the narrator considers what might be happening Biking the Arizona Trail: The Complete Guide to Day-Riding and Thru-Biking in other parts of the city and world before returning the child to his bed removing all traces of his having beenn the dead woman s apartment considering voices on the woman s answering machine attempting to provide for the child before abandoning the apartment and then later attempting to learn the fate of the child the dentities of the callers and f his presence Marriage a la Mode: Three Centuries of Wedding Dress in the apartment has been detected a longwinded sentence not uncharacteristic of the text of the novel though much less compelling or artful Check out Chris much better review synopsis here TITBTOMs than a story of an untimely death than a story about how that death affects other characters Crepúsculo it s as much about how what we don t know affects us as much as what we do know and how the dead live on the narrator considers the link between himself and the dead motherPerhaps the link was merely that a kind of enchantment or haunting which when you think aboutt Indian Creek Memories: A Sense of Place is just another name for the curse of memory for the fact that events and people recur and reappearndefinitely and never entirely go away they may never completely leave or abandon us and after a certain point they live Family Jewels in ornhabit our minds awake and asleep they lodge there for lack of anywhere comfortable struggling against their own dissolution and waiting to find embodiment Washington Square Moves in the one thing left ornfinite resonance of what they once did or of one particular event nfinite but ncreasingly weary and tenuous I had become that connecting thread The story Coherence in Psychotic Discourse. Oxford Studies in Sociolinguistics. is haunting It builds slowly making connections between characters and memories tightening a circle that reads like the d nouement of a mystery Readers too are haunted by the memories of the narrator so thoroughly are we privy to his every thought The narrator can be compassionaten protecting the secrets of living and the dead he can also be humorous I was drunk but that s no excuse you can be drunk Amber Was Brave, Essie Was Smart in as many different ways as you can be sober TITBTOMsn t a long book but Noughts and Crosses (Stage Version) it s slow going denset s a novel that Vegas Showgirl Murders is exhaustive without being exhausting Thiss one for the few those willing to work for their reward I ve never been one for publisher loyalty but I m batting close to 1000 with NDP Tomorrow Now We Have Your Attention: Inside Britain’s Radical New Politics in the battle think on me And fall thy edgeless sword Despair and die William Shakespeare Richard IIIThe main character becomes annvoluntary witness of death Intelligent wachsen in the very unusual circumstances And themage of death starts haunting him Death and fear And the fear of deathAnd at the cemetery Stargate Atlantis: Meltdown in the epitaph on a tombstone he meets thempersonation of death None that speak of me know me and when they do speak they slander me those who know me keep silent and Ione's Dilemma (Dorado, Texas in their silence do not defend me thus all speakll of me until they meet me but when they meet me they find rest and they bring me salvation for I never rest One dies and one carries mysteries of one s life away forever But the secrets that surrounded one s life still remain And others might try to find them One can endeavour to choose one s destiny but one can t choose one s doom And the vicissitudes of life and death are all around running across the road and keeping as far from the kerb as possible seeking shelter under eaves and Teach Like Your Hair's on Fire Publisher: Viking Adult in shop doorways andn the entrance to the metro as had their forebears wearing hats and longer skirts when they ran to find shelter from the bombing during the long siege clutching their hats and with skirts flying according to photos and documentaries I ve seen about the Civil War some of those who ran to avoid being killed are still alive whilst others born later are deadThe living nter the dead and mourn their death but life n the world of the living continues despite living nter the dead and mourn their death but life n the world of the living continues despite The Strange Workings of TimeThe act of telling a story takes up time The Collected Poems of Weldon Kees (Revised Edition) it prolongs time andn doing so prolongs lifeIt preserves memories while we are alive but t can also preserve them beyond our death Paradoxically story telling might even help us to accept death As Marias protagonist Victor says I can tell the story As Marias protagonist Victor says I can tell the story I can therefore explain the transition from life to death which s a way of both prolonging that life and accepting that deathExpecting to ReignVictor s story starts with an unconsummated LAméricain infidelity and the unexplained but natural death of his new paramour MartaMarias and Victor get the death out of the wayn the very first sentence No one ever expects that they might some day find themselves with a dead woman On the Ground: The Black Panther Party in Communities across America in their arms a woman whose face they will never see again but whose name they will rememberA life has to be extinguished so that the story may commence Man Ray Natasha 1930Committed to MemoryProust and Joyce have likewise been concerned with the nature of memory andts ability to preserve both time and place n minute detailHowever so than them I feel Marias s also The Life of the Skies: Birding at the End of Nature interestedn what happens to the memories of someone after they dieJust as Marta dies The Blight Way: A Sheriff Bo Tully Mystery in Victor s arms he wants to find out what really happened that night and whyHe tries to keep her memory alive bynvestigating her deathSo he starts to tell a story a metaphysical detective story He wants to flesh out his few memories of Marta detail by detail clue by clue and we watch him fascinated as he pieces Mass Deception: Moral Panic and the U.S. War on Iraq it all togetherTowards Our Own DissolutionMarias offers us a mental snapshot of Marta at the point of deathWe hear her plead Don t leave meHold me hold me please hold me as she lies foetus like half naked and vulnerable on the bed Then she exclaims Oh God the child thinking of someone else her two year old son at the very endSoon Victor discovers that Marta s husbands on his trail and the progress of the novel concerns how their two stories come together Civil War Stories: A 150th Anniversary Collection in a slow build denouementThe novel flows towards this endn the same almost stream of consciousness manner that the narrative of Virginia Woolf s Mrs Dalloway moves Captain Fantastic inexorably tots conclusionAs time goes by we move unwittingly closer to some sort of understanding some knowledge completion closure just as Die ersten Deutschen. Der Bericht über das rätselhafte Volk der Germanen. in life we move towards our own death In Marias words We slowly travel towards our own dissolution our own end the end of our memories and storiesHow Little Trace RemainsTimetself has no Feel Again interestn memories Memories are passengers a burden to t They re not the main game Life s a seuence of actions and thoughts Once each of them happens or occurs they are Gender and Qualitative Methods in time s eyes spent gone How little trace remains of anythingJust as we have to make an effort to keep love alive we have to make an effort to keep memories aliveThe Passage of TimeTime just wants to move forward openlyn the light Resenting the Hero its own source of light sometimes visible sometimesnvisibleWhat has occurred Los lugares secretos in the pasts of no conseuence to time ts goal s the future which Freizeichen it gets to via the presentTime has neither a goal nor a purpose nor even a direction other than the movement forward ahead whichs really no than a measure of the elapse of time the passage of timeSo perhaps time Travels in the Kalahari is nothing really Times nothing Your Pregnancy Bible in reality It has no valuet El guerrero Elfo. Crónicas de Dracontrand is worthless All times uselessDarkness and LightMarias suggests that there are two sides to time The light and the darkThe light The Harrowsmith Pasta Cookbook is timetself The darkness the reverse side of time the absence of light The Bald Headed Princess: Cancer, Chemo, And Courage is what we humans bring tot what we make of t the shadows that are created as time shines on and around usIt takes us to mpose utility on time to make No Comprendo Spain Part I it useful and one of the ways we do sos memoryMemories are Made of ThisMemory Smashed, Squashed, Splattered, Chewed, Chunked and Spewed is a conscious act We memorise thingsn order to preserve them I will try to remember on the reverse side of time along which you are already travellingLiterature s a record of other people s memories both fictitious and realWe read so that we can experience and preserve these memories perhaps so that we can enjoy them vicariously so that we can experiment and explore and learn without scope for personal error or embarrassmentLikewise a photo captures a person s soul at a particular time which soon recedes nto the past but the photo remainsWhat we remember what we memorise s the things we think and do And what we think and do revolves around our desiresMan Ray Femme Endormie or Sleeping Woman 1932 Seeking and WantingMarias explores how we seek and want n our lives We pursue pleasure We eschew pain We chase ot. D Victor retreat to the bedroom Undressing she suddenly feels ll; and n his arms nexplicably she diesWhat should Victor do Remove the compromising tape from the phone machine Leave food for the child for breakfast These are just his first steps but he soon takes matters further; unable to bear the shadows.
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