“Generally Not Deplorable”

“Her vitality, if you could have harnessed it, would have supplied a whole town with electric light.” I love this line from Young Archidemes, a short story by Great Britain writer Aldous Huxley.  His  description reminds me of so many of the radiant, electric women of all ages that I adore.  Then, as good writers tend to do, Huxley hits you with a zinger curve-ball that leaves you wondering what just happened. “Enormous stores of vital energy accumulate in unemployed womenRead more