The ultimate condition of production is therefore the reproduction of the conditions of production.Althusser, Ideology and Ideological State Apparatuses
Francine Prose, Goldengrove
I think of the Emperor’s body. How the wounds weren’t visible. Sometimes I think of us like that, white and smooth as statues hiding a commotion of earth, tossed insides roughened, dark.
—Laurie Sheck, A Monster’s Notes
Nature has the upper hand. For the individual, this is known as death.Terry Eagleton, Why Marx Was Right (via spiritandteeth)
I wanted it to feel like the two of us were sewn together. I wanted it to rain, and I wanted us to sink into the mud like horses.Zachary Schomburg, The Book of Joshua (via spiritandteeth)