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Monday, May 29, 2006

Colm Tóibín

Speaking of sentences that don't quite add up, as I was doing in relation to Francis Stuart, here are two from Stuart's great admirer Colm Tóibín, whether or not in conscious homage to Stuart's non sequitur style I don't know. Both are from The Blackwater Lightship:

“Here, the county council had put huge boulders to protect the cliff, but they had no impact.”

“It’s very difficult to get rid of diarrhoea once it starts.”

1 comment:

copernicus said...

You'll have to go a little deeper with your analysis mate. They seem perfectly cromulent to me.