On Population and Women's Rights to Choose (1975). An interesting
essay, especially seen from this distance, when the issues haven't
changed that much – the world is still overpopulated, women are
still oppressed, and their wombs are still political footballs.
Coleridge. Kubla Khan. An interesting poem, and I would like to learn
more about it as I've no idea what it's about, except that it's about Xanadu and the grandson of Genghis Khan, who built the palace Xanadu in Mongolia. The language, images
and rhythm are beautiful.
Jubilee (1936). Chalfont is a male prostitute who picks up women who will pay for his drinks. He meets a woman who has made a lot of money during the Jubilee, by 'cleaning up the streets' and through his meeting with her he becomes an old man.