Crille’s death // Confusion

26th August 2013

The grammatical form is already wrong. How is it his death? Nothing belongs to him anymore, not even his death. The only thing there is left are memories and other modifications of reality left behind by the person, caused before the point in time that marks his death. What does it mean then, “Crille’s death”? It means something of a quite different grammatical form, it means something like “This person cannot be found in reality anymore and other beings will be sad and confused because they cannot find him and they cannot comprehend just how and why”.


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