Post by SnicketFires on Oct 30, 2003 20:19:45 GMT -5
found some new evedence:
"if you feel, for instance, that well read people are less likely to be evil and a world full of people sitting quietly with a good book in their hands is preferable to a world filled with schisms and sirens and other noisy and troublesome things, then every time you enter a library you might sat "the world is quiet here" as a sort of pledge to proclaiming reading to be the greater good. If you feel well read people ought to be lit on fire and their fortunes stolen, you might adopt the saying "fight fire with fire" as you pledge when you ordered your comrades around."
that could be how it started. as for the time, i think the photographs in LSUA are...well, rather chosen as the first photographs in the book were (i'll attatch a photo of myself at approximately the age i was taken, if i can't find one, i'll attatch a photo of a child at about hte same age). they might have been taken after the film was made, with random children and porcelain figurines of deer. but that doesn't seem very lemony snicketish does it?
Post by SnicketFires on Nov 1, 2003 23:01:24 GMT -5
not really. but remem the pic of Gustav Sebald at like a young age? oh brainwave. If uncle monty had THE gustav as an assistant, why didn't he know the sebald code? thats bugging me. We know hes in the organization.