Why has this phrase been attributed to Queen Marie Antoinette, when there is no record of her saying it? Apparently because Jean-Jacques Rousseau, in his autobiography, Confessions, wrote this: "I recalled the stopgap solution of a great princess who was told that the peasants had no bread, and who responded: "Let them eat brioche." Wikipedia People assumed. … Continue reading “let them eat cake”
Month: December 2014
adj: resembling twilight. or: birds, insects, or animals active at twilight. This is a word that doesn't sound like what it means. Crepuscular sounds faintly menacing or like a medical condition. Forget the definition, in a 10 minute free-write respond to what this word evokes, and discover the foundation for a speculative fiction story.