“Fire! Fire!” exclaimed five men and one woman dressed in matching purple Byzantine pants, purple but streaked with white iris roots twining asymmetrically into knots over the knees before unraveling into crisp points above the feet, like so many witnesses identifying a wanted person.
From “Forgetting Elena”
June 18, 2012 by Eve Tushnet
Filed Under: Art Tagged With: camp is the thing with feathers, change my plea to guilty, Edmund White
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