Review of The disintegration of the persistence of memory 1952-54 by Salvador Dali from Bernie Quigley

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The disintegration of the persistence of memory 1952-54 by Salvador Dali

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Parthalon Flyingsnake DeCoursy & Buffy's Mother by Bernie Quigley on 2005-06-18

The freaky camp and compulsive weirdness of the Surrealists may attract cultists, mall dorks and psychopaths, but it also wards off the suburban mediocrity of Buffy’s Mother – the modern, post-modern and deconstructivist critic and commentator. The Surrealists kin are Abbess Hildegarde von Bingen and St. Anthony. Travelling Beneath the Waves is the most difficult of journeys and the most sacred of trusts and only the few may travel there. It is like the dozens of headhunter tribes which encircle the small pacifist and sacred dreamweavers of old Indonesia and insure their safety. Parthalon Flyingsnake DeCoursy