Three Readings of The Communist Manifesto

March 4, 2012 § 3 Comments



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  • David says:

    I’ve seen samples of your handwriting before — this isn’t creepy, I just like handwriting (recently got a Joyce’s handwriting font (at least yours is legible)) — and this confirms my harrowing suspicion: despite placement, you consistently capitalize P, Q, Y and G. Obviously not an acronym but ?

    Also it was cool to see: “that’s bad?” “10 Years later I answer my own question, yes it’s just phrased in a way to set off alarm” in response to “National one-sidedness and narrow-mindedness become more … impossible, and from the numerous national and local literatures there arises a world literature.” Which, yeah, I agree.

    I’m not sure if you take requests here but can we see maybe rough to final drafts of a piece of poetry or prose?

    Keep up the good work Comrade! Steer clear of Samizdat!

  • b says:

    Any views on John Berger’s essays?

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