“”Freed””

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more reading notes continued, too

for The FVP

sighthelp

by goura fotadar

date: 42617

on cited: p19 of cited: s,t by zs [swing time by zadie smith]

“”The Communist Manifesto””

to

“”This is my bible “”

to

.

.

.

“, he took it to every dance class, … “

it’s a children’s d.c. and

somewhere again is the mention of

children but note especially on this

page that like in many stories of fiction;

worth-nothing; she has seemed to to

some extent; 5he as in the main

narrator;

replace, ed her mother in her

parents’ relationship.

.

.

.

“It sounded impressive—-

it was meant to impress my

mother——— …”

 

Earlier in the text; I believe

we came across the conceptual-belief-of society

of this mother reliably or not depicted by

the narrating daughter of

something such as: women must

have husbands.

as as aside: to match 42517’s or something

posting theme, I think

and additionally to other notes on this

on cited: 15  “”Freed””

Where replacing your mother

in her marriage likely isn’t the

experience of; and so form, from

former notes and cultural

suppositions, general;

“”Freed”” by dancing

contextual to this portion of

text; is opposite to

replacing your mother in

her marriage; and the

person doing both is

working against an

idea: yours? of

itself? [from

former u                                          [s] [as in plural more than one u or not]] [proof]

but in use of depending

on display narrator is

the text:

on cited p. 11

… that there was no

“Tracey’s father,” at least not in

the conventional, married sense.

This, too, was an example of

bad taste.

from the 2nd source book

in this situation; again

the citation:

Norman Rockwell

A & I ;

with this image; [the three renditions of it here, as photographed]

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certainly in old-folksy

convention’s tradition

a child w/out marriage

and-or no

marriage for the

women, could mean

that to them

see art

image.

 

no bravery

says the bird,

no fashion

says the gown

and hair at

perhaps just perchance

and no song + no song study says the

bird and not the expression

without a father for the

child; and-or a husband

to your mantle?

Perhaps not less important

to this text; and certainly

not in general; with the

image in-mind and

theme cited: the next witch goura;

is how does one become

fashion perchance [where perchance is “autodidact”]

as the text uses

word: “autodidact”

cited: p.19

I watched my

autodidact mother swiftly,

easily, outstrip my

father.

so replace mother &

father to . be ” ”freed” ” in

the facet of fashion; and-or start this process.

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