Monday, July 13, 2009
Fitzgeraldian Walt Disney
".....those reveries provided an outlet for his imagination, a satisfactory hint of the unreality of reality; a promise that the rock of the world was founded securely on a fairy's wing "
This is one of the most beautiful, concise and poetic Scott Fitzgerald's descriptions. Would there be any better way to describe Walt Disney? Even though Fitzgerald wrote them about a fictitious character?
Is there any better way to describe Walt Disney's "unreality of reality?"
Or to verbally convey the reality of fantasy?
Posted by Duvivier at 10:41 AM