APHORISMS OF A BUNBURYIST:
THE OCCASIONAL WIT AND WISDOM OF A CAREER DANDY
The images of fundamentalists derive from an auxiliary part of the structure.
The whims of the iconoclast comprise the laws of the temple.
When awoken from a dream of elsewhere, one should wind homeward.
When awoken from a dream of home, one should return to it.
The postmodern mania for reality is the spectre of the spectator in an
echo chamber of judgment.
The modern mania for the imagination is the apparition of the auditor
chambered by Echo’s judgment.
Strands and pages are the margins of tides:
both ebb, flow, and gather detritus according to the phases of the moon.