Originally posted by Bosse de Nage
You got it from the Crow site?
It's a series of impressions, sort of stream of consciousness. The second word is pure gibberish unless it's some sort of slang.
Basically, the Crow, by James O'Barr, is one of my favourite Grpahic Novels. IN it a series of foreign langugae quotes and classical literature references appear to compliment the emotions and actions the lead character goes through, including Voltaire, Kant, Joseph Hellar, etc.
When I first read it there was this quote in there:
Ou sont les nieges d'antans?
Which I later learned (and I believe no1 will coroborate) meant 'where are the snows of yesteryear' and is from Catch 22 by Joseph Hellar. Since finding this out I have been somewhat obsessed with the clarification of references in works of art, hence the thread. I was hoping that someone would recognise it and shed some light.