PBC0297: rejection of patriarchy
PBC 297 conveys a pro-revolution writer’s feeling of hopeful restlessness and rejection of the patriarchal order, particularly in the countryside (W548). This feeling extends in some instances to an affinity for criminals (W178) and a longing to wander as a hobo and thief (W185). Some works assume the persona of a drayman (W387). Underlying this PBC is a strong feeling of hope for the future.
“ I crumple the map in my hands… ”