Unfollowed.

Proust is known for his verbose style. It appears tedious at first. Twenty pages to explain insomnia for instance. Yet the opposite of detail is the curse of brevity. A drama reduced to a digestible headline. A person’s life and death as a pithy soundbite. Proust’s aim in choosing such length was to let the […]

via A Proustian View on Being Unfollowed — Andrew Reid Wildman, artist, photographer, writer, teacher

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