Tag Archives: Catherine Millet

TOUGHS

My new article on toughs in literature¬† is now published by the Fortnightly review. Featuring a grumpy old git’s thoughts on what we can and what we cannot say, as well as the writing of Stewart Home, Mr Fish, Dana … Continue reading

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IMMORALISM

  And having thus created me, Thus rooted me, he bade me grow Guiltless forever, like a tree That buds and blooms, nor seeks to know The law by which it prospers so … ¬† Andr√© Gide refers to these … Continue reading

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