Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Okay, a few more pics of that house...

and then I'll move on:


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Noah Richler writes that a house is an enduring archetype of the ecrivain.

8:32 PM  
Blogger Tony said...

How so, I wonder? Archetype as (in Jungian psychology) a "collectively inherited unconscious idea universally present in individual psyches"... for the writer (l'ecrivain)?

11:08 AM  
Anonymous Beth said...

Hi. I'm a 16-year old (I wish!) shut-in: something about white blood cells. I don't know how I ended up here, on your site, but tony you seem like a nice man.

I can only say to you and "anonymous" that sometimes "place" can operate as part of the narrative in a story--as in the "absent narrator" who has no real grounding anywhere.

anyway, if i keep touching keys, maybe i'll find my way out of this Medicare mess.

Yours truly, Beth

2:05 PM  
Blogger Tony said...

Hi Beth
Well, thanks for the compliment and for coming. At least you have the net. If you're tired of the net, you're tired of life. I probably could spend a year googling and researching obscure things and not be concerend about being a shut in.
Good luck with that, anyway.

9:32 PM  

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