Not all the references to Pixi in the Trials of Arthur mention his name. The following is an extract from Chapter 18: Camelot (Of Cabbages and Kings). It describes life on a protest site, but actually refers to two incidents in which I observed Pixi, neither of which were on a protest site. The first took place in a friend’s front room, when Pixi stood up to recite a poem, accompanied by a woman who mimed to his words. Pixi did what he often did when he was performing: he invoked the fire. He asked us to imagine a scene … Continue reading More about Pixi in the Trials of Arthur.
Let’s have a revolution for fun New Statesman & Society 29th July 1994 Photographs by Dave Hendley Awake. awake O sleeper of the land of shadows, wake! expand! I am in you, and you in me, mutual in love divine: … Continue reading Party politics