A philosopher‘ writes, Friday:
If we are to deal with what psychoanalysts call the “issues” arising from the Tiger years, a good way of beginning might be to ruminate on what has happened with Moate and how it mirrors what has happened to us all.
As it’s Friday, I mean Sunday, I’ve been ruminating for quite a while now, and my cud has been chewed right through as I strive to work out precisely how I am like a bypassed town, since there are scarce clues in M. Eaux’s article. I sense it can be true only in a roundabout way. How are you like a bypassed town, reader? Is your well-worn thoroughfare now getting a good seeing-to from employees of the county council?
And does your psychoanalyst talk about ‘issues’?