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The possibility of ‘individualism’ is directly linked to the possibility of unsuccessful socialization. The ‘individualist’ emerges as a type who has the potential to migrate between a number of available worlds and who has deliberately constructed a self out of the ‘material’ provided by a number of different identities.
– Berger & Luckmann, The Social Construction of Reality, 1966
I’d recommend beginning at the beginning, since this is one continuous tale. I’m grateful for any comments about form, language, characters, plot, morals, or whatever. (And please feel free to point out mistakes, grammatical, orthographic, geographic, or factual.) Any piece of your mind will be thoroughly savoured! ^_^ (hmmm, brains…)
Immature poets imitate; mature poets steal.
– T. S. Eliot
Pictures are almost invariably foraged from the web. No copyright infringement intended. Tell me to remove pictures or add copyright notifications if you feel it would be appropriate or necessary. Otherwise, thanks to all the named and unnamed giants on whose shoulders I stand. I am aware that in the end, every work of art is created in collaboration with all of humanity.