Thursday, September 11, 2008


I have just written this sentence:
In these analyses Brunsdon emphasises the character trait of ‘responsibility’, maintaining that in view of the extensive agenda of social reform enacted by the Conservative government, the questions, ‘Who can police?’ and ‘Who is accountable?’ assumed considerable importance in greater British society and, subsequently, in its stories, including crime-based television drama.
And it occurs to me, in the context of the larger piece I am writing, that I don't know how it fits.

My brain feels like it's chewing air.

I need a break.

1 comment:

Tim said...

My brain feels like it's chewing air.

What a great sentence! I know exactly how you feel.