Art Sex Music
Faber & Faber, 4. apr. 2017 - 384 síđur
A SUNDAY TIMES, TELEGRAPH, ROUGH TRADE, PITCHFORK AND UNCUT MUSIC BOOK OF THE YEAR
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... leaves, and now we proceeded to eat the wax crayons we were given at school. The purple crayons seemed the most tasty and we'd have to ask for replacements suspiciously often. It was just a short walk to school from our house and I'd ...
... leaves printed on them, all to be washed, flattened and threaded together as classroom decorations. During the school summer holidays I'd often wander off on my own. I joined two libraries, both of which were a bike ride away. I tended ...
... leave us to play all day, with orders for me and Pam to go to Auntie Irene for our dinner. But instead I'd hitch-hike to the beach with friends, getting back in time for our parents returning from work. But on this particular day we ...
... saw myself as following the usual pattern for women upon leaving school: working, getting engaged then married and having children. I wanted to make my own decisions about the future, an attitude no doubt fostered largely in reaction to my.
... to take that path. But, true to form, Dad dismissed my ambitions. My sister hadn't gone to university so Dad's logic of fairness was: 'Your sister didn't go to university, so you can't.' I had no choice but to leave school and get.