Onenever, ofcourse, knowswhat peopleinportraits are thinking.
1982 Next to Nature, Art, ch.10.
Wars are fought by childrenconceived by their mad demonic elders, and fought by boys.Penelope (Margaret) Lively
I believe that the experience of childhood is irretrievable. All that remains, foranyof us, is a handful of brilliant frozen moments, already dangerously distorted by the wisdoms of maturity.Penelope (Margaret) Lively
All habits are geared towards the linear, the sequential, but memory refuses such orderliness.Penelope (Margaret) Lively
Literature has a lot to answer for, where concepts of the countryside are concerned.Penelope (Margaret) Lively