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Camp As A Reason To Live (As Oscar Wilde Lived Up To His Blue China)

April 19, 2013

"From a camp point of view, the choice between living for - what, honor? work? family? - and some exquisite dabs of paint on porcelain - i.e., a nuance - is actually quite arbitrary. Honor and lovely china are, in fact, fundamentally equal reasons to go on. ... And finding a way to live in the world is never silly." Slate 04/17/13

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