“I've no reason to be discontented with my polyhedra; they bear their young every six weeks, it's worse than rabbits. And it's also quite true to say that the regular polyhedra are the most faithful and devoted to their master, except that this morning the Icosahedron was a little fractious, so that I was compelled, look you, to give it a slap on each one of its faces. And that's the sort of language they understand.”

Exploits and Opinions of Doctor Faustroll, Pataphysician > http://hamp.hampshire.edu/~ngzF92/jarrypub/works/findex.html

see: Pataphysics

  • alfred_jarry.txt
  • Last modified: 2009-09-30 10:17
  • by