The Becoming Library Index



Bassam El Baroni enters, together with Katrine Turner.

Bassam El Baroni whispers: In order to approach this question, we first need to map out the positions regarding audience that are currently in place.

Bassam offers Katrine a cup of tea.

Katrine screams: T is for Transgender Rights!

Adriano Wilfert Jensen responds: I write with an intuition that these words are not good or bad in themselves.

Muslin Bros performing their clothes while touching it. They say in a double voice: Walk a mile in these Louboutins. The noise of the fabric goes: ≈ ≈ ≈. Muslin Bros drop a piece of fabric on the floor.

Pierre Rubio enters, and begins to touch the leftover fabric, wondering about the Eroticism of abandoned objects.

Christina Stadbauer takes the fabric from Pierre: Litter was simply thrown out the window.

Paul B. Preciado and Stefan Govaart arrive, holding hands. Paul states: Change de nom. Stefan replies: Change d'ancêtres.

Ursula Le Guin enters the forest on an inflatable dolphin, proclaiming in her golden microphone: Their agreement was reached and the designation "yak" was returned to the donor.

After this unnaming, she leaves the forest.

Peggy Pierrot joins Paul and Stefan. They make a circle, holding hands, and close their eyes, breathing calmly together. Peggy whispers: American life had so corrupted their consciousness that they were unable to recognize their friends when they saw them.

Mathilde Maillard and co. get together to insist: Tout n'est pas organisé, tout s'organise. Tout n'est pas organisé, tout s'organise. Tout n'est pas organisé, tout s'organise.

They continue chanting: Being a monster is a problem. Not being a monster is a problem. I'm the monster of the swamp.

Paul Reiter rises from the mud, pointing his finger fatherly at Pierre and explains that The most competent, An. Atroparvus, prefers to breed in brackish water along river estuaries.

Andrea Zavala Folache adds with passion: I opted for the left side, considering the right side too squared Samsung M267x 287 prints hot new pages, humming doublesidedness. 1-16, flip, 2-15, flip, 3-14, flip, 4-13, flip, 5-12, flip, 6-11, flip, 7-10, flip, 8-9.

After all, Ursula Le Guin wanted to be human too. I sought for evidence that I was; but if that's what it took, to make a weapon and kill with it, then evidently I was either extremely defective as a human being, or not human at all.

What they didn't know yet is that Flavio was spying from behind the room through a small crack in the wall. He still refuses to enter the room because he holds a secret in one hand and a problem in the other.