Truth and Mendacity in Tennessee Williams’ [Cat on a Hot Tin Roof]

What do you know about this mendacity thing? Hell! I could write a book on it! Don't you know that? I could write a book on it and still not cover the subject? Well, I could, I could write a goddam book on it and still not cover the subject anywhere near enough!!--Think of all … Continue reading Truth and Mendacity in Tennessee Williams’ [Cat on a Hot Tin Roof]

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Knowledge, Postmodernity, and Bisexual Love Triangles: Bret Easton Ellis’ The Rules of Attraction

"No one will ever know anyone. We just have to deal with each other. You're not ever gonna know me." "What in the hell does that mean?" I ask. "It just means you're not ever gonna know me," he says. "Figure it out. Deal with it." - Bret Easton Ellis, The Rules of Attraction (p. 252) What does it … Continue reading Knowledge, Postmodernity, and Bisexual Love Triangles: Bret Easton Ellis’ The Rules of Attraction