|Reviews for Voltaire, Engels, and David's Roman Socialist|
| ShinigamiForever 3/19/03 . chapter 1
*is blown away* Wow. I love how you equate Voltaire with snow in Canada, and the words you use, such fabulous words. A lyrical work of art.
| Paradoxical Goddess 3/5/03 . chapter 1
Oh I like this very much.
You are a lifesaver. (I am suffering from writer's block, and you inspire me to write.)
| not sure yet 3/4/03 . chapter 1
interesting, took a bit of thinking to grasp the whole of it, which is a feat all in its self, very well written
| makkenjii 3/3/03 . chapter 1
Wow, there's so much here. I feel like I need to read it a dozen more times before I can grasp it. It's so rich.
| Karbon Okapi 3/2/03 . chapter 1
This is a really nice one. I like the repetition of 'you know' and for some reason I think the last bit about Engels with his dark necktie is very cool.
| E. Gao 3/1/03 . chapter 1
and the frantic pacing
of life is mirrored perfectly in this, with David's Roman socialist fountain
and the snow in Canada, which Voltaire really
should not be talking about without having visited
but alas, there is no use
remonstrating Voltaire, I'm better off listening to the rushing of David's Roman
socialist fountain and
dreaming of Canadian snow.