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Loose Screw: Poem for the Ladies

13 Jan 2021 1 minute read 0 comments EvilWillow

What's wrong with you? You do but you don't? One step forward One mile back?   Lunacy, the perfect word for you Or is it being choosy? Aho girl, make up your mind 'cause this might be the last   Who knows? Might as well bring it on Or are you that af...

Albert Camus - "The Plague" Book review

3 Jan 2021 1 minute read 0 comments Cryptotexty

When COVID-19 times started "The Plague" by Albert Camus become once again popular. Yes, I remember I wanted to buy it somewhere at the beginning of 2020 and it went out of circulation, so Folio (Ukrainian publisher who published translation) made a...

The Story of the Orb | Episode 13 | Girls and Whims — ‘Tears of all the peoples’

10 Dec 2020 7 minute read 0 comments M. Jesus Victor

Suddenly, the rain stopped. They were getting ready to leave when the boy halted, turning towards the door behind them; he turned the knob, and entered. The Master followed him, silently observing the youth, who seemed absent. In front of them, the l...

Kobo Abe - The Woman in the Dunes [B001 - Book review #1]

4 Dec 2020 1 minute read 5 comments Cryptotexty

I can say that I read this book on one breath. It's not long, 150 pages (I read in Ukrainian translations, and of course it's translated from Japanese to multiple languages). The schoolteacher from Tokyo, visits a fishing village to collect insects....

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, a TV series

30 Nov 2020 2 minute read 0 comments thomasdbl

This is a TV series broadcast on television for the first time on 28 July 1955. It was presented by Gore Vidal. And, this is a cinematographic adaptation of the novel "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”, by Robert Louis Stevenson. Throughou...

The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, by Robert Louis Stevenson

29 Nov 2020 2 minute read 0 comments thomasdbl

  The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde is a new (or a short novel), first published in 1886 and written by the English author Robert Louis Stevenson.   First, we can say that the version of the 1886 work is a rewrite of a first manuscript. Th...

The Story of the Orb | Episode 12 | Girls and Whims — ‘A ghost village’

17 Nov 2020 5 minute read 0 comments M. Jesus Victor

The wind hit them head-on like gentle hands that wanted to prevent them from moving forward, the fine sand delayed their walking, and the sunlight shining indifferently almost blinded them. The sea undulated slightly, and the timid breaking of the wa...

The Story of the Orb | Episode 11 | Southern Vésper — ‘Naked contours’

8 Nov 2020 6 minute read 2 comments M. Jesus Victor

… Vésper saw himself in the middle of the sea, hovering a scant few centimetres from the water. He looked around and there was nothing, only the empty horizon, and everything seemed at peace. In his heart, however, he felt the anxiety that, arising f...

Dark Night

27 Oct 2020 1 minute read 0 comments MatTehCat

  At the precipice of its expanse, Mankind seethes With decadent angst; obfuscates its eyesight with Pleasure, emotion, and sentimentality, While things as they stand crumble for iniquity.   By avarice and grandiose pride, blood stains their Hands; t...

Crypto & The Communist Manifesto- Part 3 & 4 Quotes

19 Oct 2020 6 minute read 3 comments CivilWar

What in the heck did I just read? That might be the first thought in the minds of some who would dare to read part 3 and 4 of Marx's most infamous writing. I'll admit that I did have to read over these parts twice in order to fully comprehend the ide...