Month: March 2014

A Woman of No Importance by Oscar Wilde [Book Thoughts]

A Woman of No Importance is one of Oscar Wilde’s more serious and insightful plays. It’s a relatable personal drama with plenty of commentary. Short and sweet. Decent on it’s own but better enjoyed alongside his other plays where it forms a piece of a larger portrait.
-Imran

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The Homeless Man [Short Fiction]

A short piece this week. Some thoughts. I cannot guarantee that they are worthwhile thoughts, but they are thoughts nonetheless and I present them here for those who don’t mind thinking. Inspired by an occurrence a week or two ago. There are plenty of such people who scratch in bins in the suburbs. Nobody pays much attention to them.
-Imran

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