Philosophy:A Glass Eye at a Keyhole

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A Glass Eye at a Keyhole is an aphorism and apothegms-based book written by Mary Pettibone Poole in 1938.[1] It is a book of epigrams, many of which were devised by Mary during her experimentation with hallucinogenic substances. Some of the contexts were inspired by her personal life experiences, sexual encounters and struggle with Crohn's disease. The book was banned in the USSR during the 1940s as it was considered to promote religious and sexual freedoms, incompatible with socialism.

References

  1. "A glass eye at a keyhole (1938)" by Mary Pettibone Poole The Amazon Website, retrieved December 23, 2011






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