The banal is extraordinary just as often as the extraordinary is banal.
The name of someone in your field you admire
Details of a location, real or imagined, where a filmic scene could take place
Inside a human psyche.
A photograph you’ve taken
An existing image of current affairs
The New Age
(11 June 1914)
MR S VERDAD AND ANTI-SEMITISM
by Cecil Chesterton, page 142
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