Monthly Archives: October 2009

“Why?” “Why do you ask why?” “Why do you ask why I ask why?” “Why do you ask why you ask why you ask why?”

The absurd – a genre of literature which, ironically, has become increasingly prevalent, understood, well-received, and “hot” throughout the 20th century and into the now – a classification which epitomizes the impossible cross-wires of our recent memory (read: Holocaust, Rwanda,

“Why?” “Why do you ask why?” “Why do you ask why I ask why?” “Why do you ask why you ask why you ask why?”

The absurd – a genre of literature which, ironically, has become increasingly prevalent, understood, well-received, and “hot” throughout the 20th century and into the now – a classification which epitomizes the impossible cross-wires of our recent memory (read: Holocaust, Rwanda,