Our Daily Sykes #246 – Questioning Horace's Motives

Another unpaved road into the picturesque unknown.   Of might Horace Sykes have decided to omit all descriptions so that his universals would not be reduced to the mundane anxieties and/or pleasures of mere identification?

3 thoughts on “Our Daily Sykes #246 – Questioning Horace's Motives”

  1. I should think it would be the other way round; if he’d wanted viewers to focus on the universal then orecise descriptions would have headed off that puzzling impulse.

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