On the second paradox of Zeno

The people Marcel loves are people in motion. Like Albertine – always speeding off somewhere on a bike, on a train, in a car, on a horse or flown out of the window; like Marcel’s mother, perpetually on her way up the stairs to kiss him good night; like his grand mother, striding up andContinue reading “On the second paradox of Zeno”

#AtoZChallenge: April 19 – Q is for “Q”

“The smoke rises from the pile of books. They’re picking up armfuls of the volumes loaded on the backs of the carts, and throwing them into the bonfire; a column of fire rises until it licks at the sky, to attract the angels with the smoke of Peter Lombard, Augustine, Tacitus, Caesar, Aristotle…” (“Q”, DanceContinue reading “#AtoZChallenge: April 19 – Q is for “Q””