I like how she portrays her women. Read her and found out for yourself.
I just find it a funny way of looking at patience. It will happen eventually. Even death.
Like waiting for an Amazon parcel to arrive. It’ll happen. Eventually. Hopefully.
Belov'd and I are big fans of Jeeves and Wooster. He would find them rather entertaining- and would pause them occasionally to say "and this is why you lost the empire!".
If you missed the first part, it’s here Bitesized Blog | Subject Verb Object Part 1, and we’ll continue on with the next three. We’ve got a wonderful selection ahead of us; either directly dealing with, or the contemplation of, time passing and death.
Today, instead of relying on the stalwart white, male, and old authors- let us think of and celebrate wonderful black authors that often go unappreciated outside of the black community.
The first few in the Bitesized series is “Subject Verb Object, An Anthology of New Writing”. A collection of writers, 18 in all, of “first-timers and award-winners” as the back so proudly say. It’s a fascinating concept; each writer submitted a prompt worded subject verb object, in the active voice, once collated they were randomly given out, and that was the starting point of each piece.
"Love looks not with the eyes, but with the mind" from my favourite 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'.
I find with many characters that one has met through a medium that was not the original, one might have to peel the two apart to fully appreciate either.