51 – Andersen, Plath, Freud

February 1st 2013

Short Story:  The Little Match Girl by Hans Christian Andersen

Poem:  Lady Lazarus by Silvia Plath

Essay:  Forgetting of Impressions and Resolutions by Sigmund Freud

“’I have done that,’ says my Memory. ‘I could not have done that,’ says my Pride, and remains inexorable. Finally, my Memory yields.” – Nietzsche

“We are more apt to mislay letters containing bills than checks.” – Brill

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