“The essential doesn't change.” Beckett
crazy shit happens, bad decisions get made but that's okay, real, good & appropriate. Strong female lead as well. As a young man I knew women a bit like that.
I read about half of that book. It was good, but the trek wore me out. The show's good entertainment, though the most recent season was so-so.
I missed those too while reading. The second one could almost be Bukowski :D"a constipated fat man straining to shit."
"her cunt became the world"
Rainy Day in Rio de Janeiro
I've been reading Brief Interview with Hedious Men, by David Foster Wallace (yeah) for the past two weeks, and it looks like a good book to start reading him (although it's not his masterpiece). His prose is somewhat boring, but I guess it fits on his intentions.
Trying to keep up with Methaphysics, by Aristotle (oh god...).
Some of the stories in the book are really cool. He can capture those things and put them in those long-complex-full-of-footnotes narratives and it still can be very fun and really honest, imo. I'll definitely check them out.Right on with the DFW. I love him but some of the stories in that one you're reading wore me out a bit. I hope you enjoy it though. But if you don't please don't give up on his stuff. Believe it or not for me his essays were the most fun.