a little less than the girl next door (in_transit) wrote,
a little less than the girl next door
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are you my prozac?

"The crowd in Evening on Karl Johan Street is more shocking for the carefully detailed clothing--hat ribbons and so on--in contrast to the faces that have been shorn of individual personality: faces shorthanded into near-skulls expressing the commonality of human loneliness that can never be shared, ‘the anguish of judgement, the torments of death’. Anguish finally gives way to The Scream. The crowd coming towards us is fined-down to the one face that can stand for the whole crowd, as well as for each individual within it. Whether the screaming skull is the long-awaited face of Christian, or of Laura, or of himself, or our own face in a mirror has ceased to matter. There is no separating out the loneliness, because it is all of us."
from Sue Prideaux's book on Edvard Munch: Behind The Scream


on one of my better days, i can be free to contemplate other people's insanity. it's coming 2am and i'm still fine. but i'm not testing myself. september's s'posed to be sweet 'cos it alliterates. let's hope it really is. i miss ga-ing 'til 7am midst school term. you ga in my stead then. ehhem. am i witty and punny or what? happy day. :)
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