The Anti-Man --- I don't feel this title.... Something will become more certain as the story pens along. I don't have much time though. This will be another short story in the same length and pace as HIFOA.
The two albums that are driving this work are:
Portishead - Portishead
Death - The Sound of Perseverance
These works represent Christine transformation for woman to man, based on the proverb by Frederich Nietzsche: He who fights monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster.
Portishead represents Christine in her feminine form whilst Death represents her fighting spirit and her transformation into a man.
My interest in philosophy was born from the above album by Death and the lyrics by the sionce deceased Chuck Schuldiner. The Nietzsche quote was written on the back of the cover and was enough for me to rush out and buy a 'best of' compilation of Nietzsche quotes called Hammer of the Gods.
This book will be hereby dedicated to the memory of Chuck Schuldiner, the nice guy of heavy metal.
Take Risk and Take Care,