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They wrote something really, really basic, and yet still got the countercultural message across. We were big enough to command an audience of that size, and it was for love.
It was for love and bloody peace. It was a fabulous time. I even get excited now when I realise that's what it was for. Peace and love, people putting flowers in guns. Maybe in the Sixties we were naive and like children and later everyone went back to their rooms and said, "We didn't get a wonderful world of flowers and peace. The thing the Sixties did was show us the possibility and the responsibility we all had. It included a yellow sequin jacket with a fur collar and edging, and rings of beads around his neck; he says that together "it weighed a ton.
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Doggett, Peter Edinburgh, UK: Canongate. How much time do you have to get to know new people and meet someone that you really like? How much time do you have to experience one of those head over heels romances? Probably not a lot.
To get to know someone, to get wrapped up in love, to be blinded, to let yourself go, to recover, and to fall in love again. Our daily obligations are gruelling, and at the end of a long day, we sink into the sofa to read, watch TV, or check social media. Tiredness stops us from jumping around in bed with our partner. Marcuse understood it well: few are the minutes we dedicate to pleasure. We spend most of the day at work in exchange for a wage and what remains is for sleep and basic needs of nutrition and hygiene and the thousand other obligations of postmodern urban life.
Yes, our daily obligations are gruelling. And at the end of a long day, we sink into the sofa to read, watch TV, or check social media and forget about our worries for a short while. Being polyamorous is not easy. The tyranny of time elapsing dilutes when we fall wildly in love. We become free when the high of new love disrupts our perception of and relation to time, as if we were taking drugs.
We stop watching the clock, intense nights of love feel short, sublime moments suspend time and make us eternal. Yes, love makes us goddesses of time. Under the influence of passion we are capable of savouring every second of love, grasping the present in our hands and living the now with a thrilling intensity. Time no longer goes by inexorably second by second towards the future at a monotonous rhythm.
The most striking one is between Elizabeth Bennet and Mr Darcy, whose relationship is established along the now-standard lines of initial coldness, mutual attraction, large-misunderstanding-that-leads-to-more-coldness, and eventual happily-ever-after-union. Too trope-filled to be the winner, Pride and Prejudice nevertheless deserves a place in our top five. When the two eventually kiss, it is one of the most spine-tingling moments in literature. Worthy of its place on our list for this reason alone, The Thorn Birds is distinguished by its readability, grand scope, and atmospheric Antipodean setting.
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