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"Definition of language: a subset of the world of a cosubject whose members are common conceptions of conceptions."
Working meticulously, Stanley Kubrick probed the boundaries of every cinematic genre, leaving us with an uncompromising artistic vision exemplified by Lolita, A Clockwork Orange, and Dr. Strangelove.
Pushing the light of the English language a little futher against darkness, Virginia Woolf expressed profound and genuine aspects of the human condition in Mrs. Dalloway and To the Lighthouse.
Contemptuous of buckets full of life-devouring trash, I wrote myself some legitimate film tossups and breathed seriousness into questions on the male gaze, then retired before I heard a fly die when I buzzed.
"Accidental..., for one's mind was already littered and stuffed beyond hope with the millions of chance images stored away without order in the memory."
Bringing together drama, music, film, literature, myth, religion, and human interaction, Final Fantasy II began an era of story-telling where the protagonist decides her own fate.
"So much depends, she thought, upon distance: whether people are near us or far from us; for her feeling for Mr. Ramsay changed as he sailed further away..."
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