The Metamorphoses of Titus
Last updated on 2013-09-04
About the Book
THE METAMORPHOSES OF TITUS by David Pollard
You want to know about first and last things, about he who wandered through the seven ages of the world? Well, here is his story.
In the beginning, on that first shore, a ragged bundle rocks back and forth among the other debris. It is tied together with an old belt and stinks of fish. The first day. Lungs for gills. The seasons pass. The tide drops. The sun circles higher in the sky. The bundle breathes. Dries. Stands on two feet, then Moves, up the dunes. It is Titus making his way to the first oasis, an Eden of beauty in the midst of hardships.
Eden. Berenice. Innocence until he sees her through the serpent’s desires and he can offer her experience which she also grasps. They are thrown out of Eden.
And Cain kills Titus in every way the future can discover and throws his ghastly sacrifice at the feet of god who knows him not.
Thus begins the eternal journey.
- The Fall
- Akhenaten’s Testament
- The Burial of Akhenaten
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