Time of the Assassins by Henry Miller

Currently Reading.

Love Rimbaud’s switches and tumbles.

How he combs and breaks with traditional narrative assembly, roams thoughts language wise willing, visualizes narrative meta, into a poetic spillover of passions dark rebellion and rank beautiful mischief. And yet still so TYPICALLY french. Miller is more a pillar with a filler he gathers great detail into a mighty vacuum, where as Rimbaud startles into essences.

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