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daddy: visionary times of memory

How do you deal with negative recurring themes through your life that end up instilling a deep pessimism? As a woman about choosing a spouse who holds the same detested personality traits as a disliked father.Take Sylvia Plath:” Trying to … Continue reading

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It has been as impossible for Picasso to dissociate his art from the human values that art has traditionally served, as it has been for him to imitate traditional forms. He was the most extraordinary artist of the twentieth century … Continue reading

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