"One must remind oneself…"
Jesus Christ here’s some more
“Skelton’s “or” is crucial here, as it engenders potentialities with which meaning is ascertained. The poem deliberately avoids a fixed, stable representation. “Or” drives the poem into a liminal state in which representation is suspended, and meaning becomes a free-play of signifiers that point to realities as yet unachieved.”
We get it, you’ve read Derrida. Do you honestly do this every time you see the word “or” in a passage…
I’m reading the response that another student in my satire course posted on the course website, and he opens with the phrase “It strikes me as self-evident” and I’m just rolling my eyes so hard
When I’m having a down period I want my friends to reach out to me but when I see others in that same position I don’t know what to do
10 years ago today, Ebony Dark’ness Dementia Raven Way went back in time to sedouce Volxemort and protect all of us from his evil plans
reblog this post to honor Enoby’s brave sacrifice, ignore if you’re a prep or a poser
I have to present for an hour tomorrow on the development of classical satire (specifically, satiric personas and speakers) in the medieval and then early modern periods and I still have no idea what to say because I haven’t read any classical satire other than Horace and a tiny bit of Juvenal
I was gonna watch Tokyo Ghoul but them I saw how much it fucked all of you up and I don’t have the emotional fortitude for that kind of shit
megaklefki said: but old people are so fashion rn
hoonerorlater said: I’m going to be middle aged and dressed like a teenager because that’s all that physically fits me. I crave old people clothing.
I’m gonna claim a distinction between old people clothes (big comfy sweaters, patterned dinner jackets, warm cardigans, cat prints), and middle-aged clothes (flared/bootcut jeans, visible belts, tucked in button downs, sandals, those god awful polyester polo shirts, office-casual blouses, everything they sell at Old Navy)