Fictions by A.S.J. Ellis
A.S.J Ellis, Writer of Short Fiction @ asjellis.wordpress.com
Fictions by A.S.J. Ellis
It’s 1948 and there’s jazz on the radio. The good men died in the war...
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Edgar Degas, Dancer adjusting her shoulder strap, 1900
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Christ of St John of the Cross - Salvador Dali (1951)
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Georg Simmel’s Theory of Intersecting Social Circles
When all the suits are too poor to pay us, the world will be in order again…
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Routledge Encyclopaedia of Philosophy
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Marcel Proust on his Death-Bed - by Man Ray (Emmanuel Radnitzky)
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Routledge Encyclopaedia of Philosophy 
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Routledge Encyclopaedia of Philosophy 
I found myself one afternoon on meth amphetamine, talking to a very serious, slightly tearful, but suicidal meth addict at his spacious apartment in the centre of Prague...
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The next night, after several bottles of wine, Gregory went back to the parlour and again picked Lucy from the line-up of women. Her skin was gold and bared. It was very erotic. Gregory was the only customer and except for the girls the parlour was empty...
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Routledge Encyclopaedia of Philosophy 
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