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“SUMMER IN THE {PARTLY LIMINAL} CITY”: STREAM-OF-CONSCIOUSNESS. BY STEVEN BENSON

“Summer in the city”… as the delectable Roddy Frame sung….open city….liminal city(well, this part, Bold Street and Lark lane and Stanley Street anyway; not QUITE Berlin;{ post on Berlin, the ultimate liminal city , to follow}…. Bold Street=queer street, to a … Continue reading

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LIMINALITY; SOME DEFINITIONS AND CONNOTATIONS. BY STEVEN BENSON

1.A THRESHOLD, sometimes called transition rites,originally from anthropology, in relation to (often religious/spiritual) rituals: ie the phase at which a participant in the ritual stands on the threshold(the point of liminality/liminal space)between a previous way of establishing, for instance, their … Continue reading

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