Reviews for Between a Sleep and a Sleep
||2014.08.04 - 01:55PM
||1: Between a Sleep and a Sleep
|I read the whole of Swinburne's "Atalanta" because of this story. I would recommend to you another lyrical work that resonates to the character of Snape. It is a song by Richard Thompson called "Uninhabited Man".
"Only a misdirected dart
At an unprotected heart.
I'm sure it happens every day...
A romantic ruin am I
Funny how I catch the eye
The vacuum slowly sucks you in
I'm left no skill, no art
To meet you heart to heart
You'll find no me beneath the skin
And if there's no me then there's no
And if there's no me then there's no sin..."
Great story. Thanks for the point towards Swinburne.