Xandra Kitee wrote:As for murder stories... most of all, I put my pride in it. Ten years ago, a litterature teacher of mine told us that everything has been done in murder stories except for ONE thing : the reader is the murderer. Ever since, it's been bugging me big time. I just can't think about another "configuration". Since I suck too much in science to defeat forensic, I decided that I have to find a way that would not sound lame. :x
Vlastokov wrote:I read mostly novels and plays. I read quite a few plays, too, since i'm really into broadway. In fact, i've even had to perform some of them. Some popular ones were Bye Bye Birdie, Miss Saigon, and Phantom of the Opera.
Vlastokov wrote:One book I really enjoyed was Silas Marner. As for anything "french", i read Tale of Two Cities,
Vlastokov wrote:Oh, I get it, and theose children represented everything between him and her, and so she destroyed that, but still...kids. =\
Xandra Kitee wrote:Vlastokov wrote:Oh, I get it, and theose children represented everything between him and her, and so she destroyed that, but still...kids. =\
I don't think she wanted to destroy the "living memories" of their past. It's more like : what would hurt him more than anything else ?
I think she would have kill him first if she wanted to forget about him. She killed Creuse but that's not enough. Here, she wants him to be in insufferable pain. Like she is.
Well, that's how I see it.
Komataguri wrote:But I only sing praise of the great Vlastokov
The omnipotent master of all creation!
Soldat wrote:It's conversations like this that always make me feel really uncultured and stupid . . .
uchihashinobi wrote:well I was just wondering how far we could take it if we did it together
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