On Oscar Wilde

I read The Picture of Dorian Gray in 8th or 9th grade. My inspiration for it being that I liked Dorian in The League of Extraordinary Gentleman, but at least I got something good out of that movie! I don’t know if I realized in 8th grade that The Happy Prince, in which I played a professor, was written […]

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About Quotes of the Day

Yeah…I am too far behind, to do a dosage to make up for it would give all of you an overdose. Don’t think I won’t be putting up quotes anymore. Whenever I encounter something in a book, film, television show, etc, I will put it up, but I want to concentrate on putting up my […]

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Quote of the Day

“Any writer who has difficulty in writing probably is not onto his true subject, but wasting time with false, petty goals; as soon as you connect with your true subject you will write.” – Joyce Carol Oates

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Quote of the Day

I NEARLY FORGOT! “Desire is inconceivable without a wound. If there were any unwounded in this world, they would live without desire. ” – From Hold Everything Dear: Dispatches on Survival and Resistance, by John Berger 

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Quote of the Day

I was unwell yesterday, I keep on trying to schedule these well beforehand, but I feel it’s better to have them done on the same day, and not queued up. I don’t know why, it would make a lot more sense, since I’d be queuing the quotes. “It seems odd, don’t you think, that the quality of […]

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