|Reviews for Anthropomorphism|
| aberlemno chapter 1 . 3/1/2011
I love this. It sums up so much about our perceptions of the world. There are no innate meanings in weather and landscape, of course, but we have ascribed so many to them because we live in, and through, them. And we can't help but see everything as human, because we are human, and have only human eyes to see things through.
"All are beholden to the eyes of men." This is an excellent line.