weeklogue [fragm. incompl. ז]

[18 de mayo de 2013]

Mind filled with fragments – this time of the semester, with courses slowly (too slowly) coming to a close, with summer activities (math visits, hiking in munros, going to museums and galleries) and of course a good deal of math being built, also very fragmentarily…

Read (really, re-read in some cracks of time made available by presleep awareness) 120, rue de la GareTardi’s BD based on a roman noir by Léo Malet – and was deeply reminded of the griseur of Lyon, of the utter provinciality of that beautiful city, and the light of Paris after Lyon. The grit of France’s life (both in the zone nono, non occupée, and in the occupied zone) during the war years seems to be rendered amazingly by Tardi in his black and white vignettes, with

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