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if you don't travel – globally and constantly. … Very few writers can afford to do this. Curators with generous travel budgets (for ‘research’) can. I think that's what's really behind the phrase ‘tyranny of the curator,’ for me at least: the
who just sits, whimpers, and brooks. The second stage was named the “lion’s” period, who can say no (to tyranny and ignorance). In his opinion, the third will be the period of the “reborn child,” who will ask the question: “What shall we say ‘yes’ to
at once a part and practitioner of the tyranny, the whole Zauberlehrling-like , unstoppable inhuman automatization – from the inside, from within the inner recesses of the engine. 11 Though the initial letter is undated, it is likely that Ligeti