Saturday, 11 October 2014


Sunday, 15 June 2014

Hannah in the Netherlands


The Past


“‘The past is a foreign country,’ L.P. Hartley wrote in the opening line of The Go-Between (1953); ‘they do things differently there.’ This observation applies not only to the collective or societal past but to the individual and psychological past as well: childhood remains – to a remarkable degree – an unexplored territory whose inhabitants have a culture comprising intricate customs and codes that are uniquely his own, seldom recorded or analyzed, usually forgotten in adulthood” (Hutchings, 1994).

Hutchings, W. (1994) Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha [book review] World Literature Today

Thursday, 15 May 2014

I just wanted to see


A boy I saw in Prices Street the other day was looking under the temporary barriers as workmen dug up the pavement. He wanted to see the hole they were digging. His Mum leant on the fence and checked her watch, waiting for her son to have seen enough digging to be satisfied.

Tuesday, 4 March 2014

The last bean


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Lasers


Late February illustration for Michael's monthly physics fact: Scientists have worked out how to levitate using lasers. Maybe in a couple of decades people will commute to work and various educational institutions on lasers, some kids will mess about in a suspension of gravity, some commuters will be annoyed at hold-ups and business men will still read newspapers. There will be umbrellas at 20ΓΈ and additional baggage carriers at ∆ 2 extra charge.