Jacob Lawrence, When it is Warm the Parks Are Filled with People (1943)
Workbook: July, 2005
- July 31, 2005: "I don't want to talk about him. He was perfect."
- July 30, 2005: Much later she lied about all of this.
- July 29, 2005: Passive consciousness.
- July 28, 2005: Deep, seething, passionate anger over a door half closed.
- July 27, 2005: Her first film displays the same kindness.
- July 26, 2005: "How's that little Jew girl?" he always said...
- July 25, 2005: Yes.
- July 24, 2005: Reviewers who try to understand the work as a "romantic comedy" are missing its thematic depth.
- July 23, 2005: You left her behind.
- July 22, 2005: The tension in her body.
- July 21, 2005: When the hammer finally dropped she did nothing.
- July 20, 2005: "Subversive," the books are called.
- July 19, 2005: He met his colleague's young and vivacious wife at a company party one evening...
- July 18, 2005: Up at the chairperson's table she turns...
- July 17, 2005: Right-wing students at the conference: out of place, baffled, alien, determined.
- July 16, 2005: Beautiful little girl, ten perhaps, Amerasian, steps up fearlessly to ask about your Slytherin scarf.
- July 15, 2005: Her attitude seems to claim, I'm the smartest person I've ever yet known.
- July 14, 2005: Blonde-headed frat girl bursts into malicious laughter.
- July 13, 2005: Isn't it possible that it's all simply because you frighten her?
- July 12, 2005: Don't listen, don't think, push the uncomfortable information away...
- July 11, 2005: She left you in the passenger seat, parked facing upward on a steep, steep hill.
- July 10, 2005: The narcissism of "liberal" politics.
- July 9, 2005: The narcissism of "conservative" politics.
- July 8, 2005: Sunshine. Blink, you miss it.
- July 7, 2005: The basis of Christian ethics is the principle of nonresistance to Evil.
- July 6, 2005: It's possible that to her I sound like my father.
- July 5, 2005: Historians are one day going to say...
- July 4, 2005: It's interesting that you feel his influence on your life more than hers.
- July 3, 2005: It's not right to force fears on me.
- July 2, 2005: Sinking, roller-coaster feeling...
- July 1, 2005: At lonely moments I do miss her.
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