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Today's Stichomancy for Kate Moss

The first excerpt represents the past or something you must release, and is drawn from Sense and Sensibility by Jane Austen:

a kind of notice which served to imprint on Elinor the remembrance of a person and face, of strong, natural, sterling insignificance, though adorned in the first style of fashion.

Marianne was spared from the troublesome feelings of contempt and resentment, on this impertinent examination of their features, and on the puppyism of his manner in deciding on all the different horrors of the different toothpick-cases presented to his inspection, by remaining unconscious of it all; for she was as well able to collect her thoughts within herself, and be as ignorant of what was


Sense and Sensibility
The second excerpt represents the present or the deciding factor of the moment, and is drawn from The Odyssey by Homer:

hair, and cast him on the floor in sorrowful plight, and bound him hand and foot in a bitter bond, tightly winding each limb behind his back, even as the son of Laertes bade them, the steadfast goodly Odysseus. And they made fast to his body a twisted rope, and dragged him up the lofty pillar till he came near the roof beams. Then didst thou speak to him and gird at him, swineherd Eumaeus:

'Now in good truth, Melanthius, shalt thou watch all night, lying in a soft bed as beseems thee, nor shall the early-born Dawn escape thy ken, when she comes forth from the streams of Oceanus, on her golden throne, in the hour


The Odyssey
The third excerpt represents the future or something you must embrace, and is drawn from Gobseck by Honore de Balzac:

"Daddy Gobseck's face relaxed; he looked pleased with me.

" 'I shall pay the money over to your principal myself,' said he, 'so as to establish a lien on the purchase and caution-money.'

" 'Oh, anything you like in the way of guarantees.'

" 'And besides that, you will give me bills for the amount made payable to a third party (name left blank), fifteen bills of ten thousand francs each.'

" 'Well, so long as it is acknowledged in writing that this is a double----'

" 'No!' Gobseck broke in upon me. 'No! Why should I trust you any more than you trust me?'


Gobseck