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-I'm rereading ''[[Writing on Drugs]]'' which is brilliant in its [[Rhizome (philosophy)|lateral connections]], arguing amongst other things that the [[Industrial Revolution]] in [[England]] goes [[hand in hand]] with the legal use of [[opium]] as [[recreational drug]].+# Holding or [[clasping]] hands.
- +#: ''The couple strolled down the sidewalk, '''hand in hand'''.''
-Speaking of opium, I've published a photo of an [http://jahsonic.tumblr.com/post/45835601963/of-all-drugs-opium-is-the-drug-jean-cocteau oozing, exuding, secreting and leaking poppy seed head].+# Naturally, ordinarily or predictably [[together]]; commonly having a [[correlation]] or [[relationship]].
- +#: ''The tendency to follow trends and explore one's sense of self goes '''hand in hand''' with being a teenager.''
-But that's not what I wanted to show you.+
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-On page 47 is Flaubert on his desire to write a '[[a book about nothing]]', in other words a [[plotless]] novel, an [[antinovel]] as it were.+
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-:“What strikes me as beautiful, what I would like to do, is a book about nothing, a book with no external tie, which would support itself by its internal force of style, a book which would have hardly any subject or at least where the subject would be almost invisible, if that can be so.” (Flaubert, Letters 170).+
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 +* [[arm in arm]]
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  1. Holding or clasping hands.
    The couple strolled down the sidewalk, hand in hand.
  2. Naturally, ordinarily or predictably together; commonly having a correlation or relationship.
    The tendency to follow trends and explore one's sense of self goes hand in hand with being a teenager.

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