That's all I'm going to tell about. I could probably tell you what I did after I went home, and how I got sick and all, and what school I'm supposed to go to next fall, after I get out of here, but I don't feel like it. I really don't. That stuff doesn't interest me too much right now. A lot of people, especially this one psychoanalyst guy they have here, keeps asking me if I'm going apply myself when I go back to school next September. It's such a stupid question, in my opinion. I mean how do you know what you're going to do till you do it? The answer is, you don't. I think I am, but how do I know? I swear it's a stupid question. D.B. isn't as bad as the rest of them, but he keeps asking me a lot of questions, too. He drove over last Saturday with this English babe that's in this new picture he's writing. She was pretty affected, but very good-looking. Anyway, one time when she went to the ladies' room way the hell down in the other wing D.B. asked me what I thought about all this stuff I just finished telling you about. I didn't know what the hell to say. If you want to know the truth, I don't know what I think about it. I'm sorry I told so many people about it. About all I know is, I sort of miss everybody I told about. Even old Stradlater and Ackley, for instance. I think I even miss that goddam Maurice. It's funny. Don't ever tell anybody anything. If you do, you start missing everybody. Untitled stories
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- 500g de Musica
- Cuentos (al gusto)
- Una pizca de televisión
- 2 cucharadas colmadas
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- Un puñado de tonterías variadas

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"And the rest is rust and stardust."
Vladimir Nabokov
"I will drink life to the lees."
Alfred Tennyson
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Blue Monday, Sally Gall
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"The helpful thought for which you look is written somewhere in a book."
Edward Gorey
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Balboa Park
San Diego, California
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catonhottinroof:

SEPTIMUS EDWIN SCOTT (British, 1879-1979)
"He Opened it in the Light.", A Tale of Two Cities book illustration

 (Signing himself Sep. E. Scott, this painter, illustrator and comics artist illustrated for periodicals such as The Graphic. He painted color plates for Dickens as well as R.M. Ballantyne’s The Coral Island. Scott  also worked in watercolors. — athousandwinds.)
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