It was at this point that I realized I saw buying for them as gifts to them. I need to stop that!). But I don’t think that this question is really about authors who spend too much time in the I like coffee and mushroom hunting and maybe 3 people shirt But I will love this study, or who are a bit absent-minded and remote. I think we’re talking about authors who do really bad things. Paul de Man. Wrote cultural articles for an anti-Semitic newspaper in the 1940s during the Nazi occupation of Belgium. Later lost his employers a lot of money through his incompetence as a businessman, and lied about his own early life in order to secure academic posts in the USA. Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Notoriously a quarrelsome and paranoid tool to almost everyone who tried to help him. Persuaded his seamstress mistress and the mother of his kids to hand them over to the foundling hospital, so that he wouldn’t be obliged to support them, although he claimed that it was because he thought that they would get a better education there. I’ve been hit, I’ve been choked, I’ve been pushed into a wooden table. I was almost forced to eat rat poison. I’ve had to witness a couple of other people getting abused, too. I’ve been threatened with a lawsuit for not giving them money for my medical bills when I was a minor. I’ve been threatened to have my hand cut off with a saw. I considered suicide at the age of 12. I’ve been beaten with my leg braces. I’ve also been called dumb, stupid, lazy. I have cerebral palsy, which they know about. All by the same people: my mom and stepdad. My husband and I eventually reached a point of financial stability so I was able to spend money on myself.
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And my weight stays the I like coffee and mushroom hunting and maybe 3 people shirt But I will love this same no matter what I do. Once in therapy, I did talk about my childhood memory of my parents fighting about money and how expensive my sport was and how much they spent on me. I tried asking my mom about it after I came to understand its impact on me. We’d been out for ice cream or something and I brought it up. She burst into tears and I ended up comforting her and reassuring her it was no big deal (a common pattern between us: negate my feelings to make my mom feel better). Oh well, right? If we care enough about the feelings of authors’ loved ones that our sympathy for them overcomes our desire to read the work, then there’s really not much left to read. Few authors get through life without ever pissing people off, if only because few people get through life without ever pissing people off. I don’t know of any authors whose personal behavior we couldn’t find some degree fault with if we really wanted to. It seems to be an unfortunate fact of human nature that we tend to find it easier to discover something in people that gives us the pretext to dislike them than it is to find it something in them that makes us love them. …Or maybe that’s just me. My point is that more or less anyone can find something repulsive about Burroughs as a person. Anyone might be repelled by the fact that he killed his wife, even if it wasn’t premeditated murder. Homophobes might hate his queerness. People who think that junkies are scum would be repelled by the fact that he injected industrial quantities of heroin, even though much of his writing is animated by a caustic analysis of the economy of illegal drugs and compassion for the victims of drug abuse.