Table of Contents | 23 May 2005
Gaiman takes this a step further by saying we can't really even know ourselves until we walk in someone else's shoes.
On Tarsus the rains come / once every seventy years
In Myrine all they have is a cenotaph. Nobody knows what happened to the bodies. In Themiscyra they do not even have that; when they talk about men it's like they're talking about a metaphor, or a myth.
Violet Miranda: Girl Pirate , page 13 of 24. A serialized graphic novel.
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