English 402: The Argument as Narrative



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Those who have suffered understand suffering
And thereby extend their hand
The storm that brings harm
Also makes fertile blessed is the grass
And herb and the true thorn and light...

 —Patti Smith

 

As a child, certain skies refined my perspective: all characters shaded my features. Phenomena were in a commotion. Now, the eternal inflexion of the moments and the infinity of mathematics drive me through this world where I undergo every civil honour, respected by strange children and by huge affection. I dream of a war, of right and of might, of unexpected logic.

It is as simple as a musical phrase.

—Arthur Rimbaud—

 

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