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47 ipoem Someone’s taken a bite from my laptop’s glowing apple, the damaged fruit of our disobedience, of which we must constantly be reminded. There’s the fatal crescent, the dark smile of Eve, who never dreamed of a laptop, who, in fact, didn’t even have clothes, or anything else for that matter, which was probably the nicest thing about the Garden, I’m thinking, as I sit here in the café with my expensive computer, afraid to get up even for a minute in order to go to the bathroom because someone might steal it in this fallen world she invented with a single bite of an apple nobody, and I mean nobody, was going to tell her not to eat. ...

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ISBN
9780822979623
Related ISBN
9780822962687
MARC Record
OCLC
870684332
Pages
72
Launched on MUSE
2014-02-18
Language
English
Open Access
No
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