Saturday, 27 May 2017

254

Started reading Janine Driver’s You say more than you think. And ended the day with James Lee Burke’s Creole belle on p249 with another reference to body language:
I searched his face, his eyes, his body language, looking for the blink, the tic in the cheek, the stiffness in the lips, the twitch in the hand that signals a lie.
Driver would say that that is a myth—an example of “Old Body Language”. And it strikes me that it’s the ‘Old’ language learning method that I too am trying to replace.


I’ve the feeling that Buckminster Fuller would agree.

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