John Milton, Areopagitica , 1644, a protest against censorship. It is inscribed above the doorway to the Rose Main Reading Room of the New York Public Library, 1911 (a wonderful building).



The reading room of the public library, Stockholm (éole wind; flickr.com/cc).

So the ordering of the books on the shelves, within their subject compartments is important, forming a diagram of my mind, generally arranged according to place, rather than topic.

The question: 'But have you read them all?' ceased to hold any meaning for me.

It is the story of two people who married for love and whose love increased with every passing year, although each was constantly unfaithful to the other. Both loved people of their own sex, but not exclusively. Their marriage not only survived infidelity, sexual incompatibility and long absences, but became stronger and finer as a result. Each came to give the other full liberty without enquiry, or reproach. Their marriage succeeded because each found permanent and undiluted happiness only in the company of the other. If their marriage was seen as a harbour, their love affairs were mere ports-of-call. It was there that both were based

John Milton, Areopagitica , 1644, a protest against censorship. It is inscribed above the doorway to the Rose Main Reading Room of the New York Public Library, 1911 (a wonderful building).



The reading room of the public library, Stockholm (éole wind; flickr.com/cc).

So the ordering of the books on the shelves, within their subject compartments is important, forming a diagram of my mind, generally arranged according to place, rather than topic.

The question: 'But have you read them all?' ceased to hold any meaning for me.

It is the story of two people who married for love and whose love increased with every passing year, although each was constantly unfaithful to the other. Both loved people of their own sex, but not exclusively. Their marriage not only survived infidelity, sexual incompatibility and long absences, but became stronger and finer as a result. Each came to give the other full liberty without enquiry, or reproach. Their marriage succeeded because each found permanent and undiluted happiness only in the company of the other. If their marriage was seen as a harbour, their love affairs were mere ports-of-call. It was there that both were based

Avant de voir X-Men : Days of Future Past , la question de la chronologie pourra paraître cruciale aux yeux de certains. C’est une bonne chose. Seulement, après avoir vu le film, cette question devient secondaire… Ce n’est plus la chronologie qui importe, mais la mécanique de cette chronologie. Enfin, sachez que la première partie de cet article a été rédigée avant la sortie du film. Il n’y a donc pas de réels spoilers. Seule la seconde partie – les explications sur X-Men : Days of Future Past – est susceptible d’en contenir.

Bon je n’ai pas tous lu pour pas me faire spoilé mais un SACRE bon et gros travail de la part de Mr LTH! ça a pas du être un mince affaire de décortiquer tout ça.

Tout ça me rappelle plus ou moins Bioshock Infinite (chef d’oeuvre ce jeu^^), avec ses différentes timelines, ses « constantes » et ses « variables ».

Desireless - Voyage, voyage lyrics + English translation


Voyage au Coeur de la CNV - Jour 70 : La Relation.

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