Posts Tagged: literature
This thoughtful novel, set during World War I, deals with the phenomenon of perception influenced by prejudice, as it follows the European travels of an American jeweller.
Futuristic-virus sci-fi: ginger people are dying during illegal procedures designed to extract their unique X nucleii/pituitine-chromospurs, which ‘produce sex appeal’.
1958 English bank clerk referees his internal wrestling match: tardy sexual awakening v catholic guilt. Guilt wins, TKO.
A real life road-to-Damascus tale on an epic larger-than-life 60s New York City scale.
“Am I literally living in the past?”, “Can thoughts think?”, “Am I whoever you think I am, based on who I appeared to be when you last thought about me?”
A frightful children’s educational story from 1962 dealing with themes of theology, ‘animal’ promiscuity and courtship. Published under the White Stripes brand, also responsible for Elephant.