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Most of them faded quickly. Only a few became objects of desire.
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Prey – a Wintry Short Story
Sold by Kobo. About This Item We aim to show you accurate product information. Biting myself for the pain. But it makes of Life a series of steps down into regions unspeakably foul and deep. There is no other conception of my existence I can form. Each day makes me meat-one-day-rottener. Nothing physical.
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Now that the prognosis [for immortality] is doubtful, the desire to leave a trace behind seems absurd. There is no relief or escape from this gloomy attitude. And yet a writer like myself literally feeds off this work.
None of the stories in this collection are neatly tied up with a bow on top like so much of contemporary fiction, where you unwrap a story and see the shiny literary technique that was responsible for making that story, on display, glowing like neon. I have always felt that vision is the single most important element of all the many elements that go into good writing. It is that act and way of seeing that is so remarkable in the work of Paul Bowles.