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Hodge refuses to list Birmingham Central Library


"...aesthetic perception of a mollusc" Quite what is Anonymous 12:13 suggesting? I have long considered molluscs to have highly developed aesthetic sensibilities. Many molluscs build shell structures that are are of great beauty and refinement that provide great living spaces for themselves and subsequent occupiers - ask any hermit crab and many of our boldest human architects.

Posted date

23 November, 2009

Posted time

12:43 pm


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