Thursday, April 2, 2015

They Always Went through the Same Gestures, with the Same Object. The Tin Dog Would Say "Woof," Then a Ball of Twine Would Fly Out of His Mouth and Wrap Itself around My Hands and Legs and Throat—(1919)

Joseph Hergesheimer, “The Meeker Ritual: II,” The Century Magazine 98 (October 1919): 739.