How to Practice True Economy

“Sit back in your chair, then. Drop a few years from your troubled mind. Let the cupboard of your thoughts fill itself with a hundred ghosts that long ago, in 1939, used to be easy to buy and easy to forget. Permit your disciplined inner self to relax, and think of caviar, and thick cream, and fat little pullets trotting through an oak grove rich with truffles, ‘musky, fiery, savory, mysterious.’ Close your eyes to the headlines and your ears to sirens and the threathenings of high explosives…”*

Laure Provost, Swallow (extract) 2013, Courtesy the artist and MOTINTERNATIONAL

 

 

 

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*Fisher, MFK. How to Eat A Wolf. (North Point Press: New York, 1988), p 192

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