The Scourge is still in France this week, so weekly posts will be short and/or a little off the rails of our main theme. Last week was all about James Baldwin. This week features Oscar Wilde, who is buried here.
This morning, the Scourge scuttled to the bookstore Shakespeare and Co. where He bought more books to lug around the world (Sartre, Baldwin and Seamus Heaney), and they put his prizes in this wonderful bag:
This made the Scourge think of a post He wrote for his previous blog about one year ago, and much of it touches on the Scourge’s themes of religion, hypocrisy and the desperate need for unfettered self-expression in a world of penitential automatons. Check it out:
Until next Sunday…the heretic’s day.