Correspondances by Charles Baudelaire
I DO NOT UNDERSTAND PEOPLE WHO DON’T GET EMOTIONALLY INVESTED IN MOVIES LIKE HOW DO YOU NOT FALL IN LOVE OVER AND OVER WITH CHARACTERS AND DROOL OVER CINEMATOGRAPHY AND CRY AT THE SOUNDTRACKS AND STOP BREATHING OVER THE BEAUTY OF THE WORDS I GO INTO A CINEMA AND I WALK OUT A DIFFERENT PERSON HOW DOES THIS NOT HAPPEN TO EVERYONE???/
we had 15 wonderful years together but then Ginny passed away from some strange illness, meanwhile Ron and Hermione were going through a divorce of their own and i know it’s been only 6 years kids but i’d really like to start dating Hermione cause she is the love of my life
Because this umbrella has always belonged TM: to me. Although, I did lose it for a few years there. Um, so I went to this dance club… on St. Patrick’s day.
Raise your hand if you have been personally victimized by the writers of How I Met Your Mother
"Imagine a piece of writing that reveals to your mind’s eye hidden truths that are so overwhelming that the reader is driven to despair and insanity. We only have a few hints to the contents of this work since those who have been fully exposed to it are never again in any condition to share with us the terrible knowledge that they have gleaned from the experience. This book is so dangerous that all copies of the French translation were seized by the French Authorities and destroyed. Would you yourself attempt to read it if given the opportunity? For you see, that which is forbidden to us also creates the greatest temptation. Many have done just so and all of them have paid a high price for the privilege.
And in this case, the high price of gaining this knowledge is our doom.
The King in Yellow is a collection of short stories by Robert W. Chambers that was first published back in 1895. The first 4 stories of this collection deal with the titular King in Yellow, a fictitious play that supposedly drive mad those who read it’s 2nd Act. Not only is King in Yellow the title, he is also a mysterious figure that appears in this play. The three interconnecting themes in these first four stories are the play itself, the King and the so called Yellow Sign that seems to represent both the King and those loyal to him.
These stories hinge upon the conceit that this play is real and that a few copies are still in existence and that seemingly supernatural forces, some how related tot he play, are at large in our world.
These four stories are…
- The Repairer of Reputations,
- The Mask,
- In the Court of the Dragon
- The Yellow sign.
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