Island at the End of the World single work   poetry   "Lost between longitudes for days, the stars are useless, may as well throw"
Island at the End of the World Issue Details: First known date: 1999... 1999
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Notes

  • "The sea is the origin of the demoniacal leanings of an entire people: the hazardous labour of ships, dependence on the stars, hereditary secrets, estrangement from women - the very image of the great turbulent plain itself makes man lose faith in God and all his attachment to his home; he is then in the hands of the Devil, in the sea of Satan's ruses." (Pierre de Lancre Tableau de l'inconstance des mauvais anges" 1612)

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