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Entries in sarah jessica parker (2)

Friday
Mar272009

Aries in red #8

Sarah Jessica Parker's  nose,  extensively discussed  on the web,  must be included in any list of disconcerting facial features among Aries celebrities. Bear in mind that Aries pertains to the face and head. I've already noted J. P. Morgan' famous, scary nose and the powerful eyebrows of Joan Crawford and Henry Paulson. (I'm  keeping  an eye on Barney Frank's Aries eyebrows as well; and btw happy birthday to Aries in Red Nancy Pelosi.)  And I've recently discerned that Aries atheist Daniel DennettDaniel Dennett in red and Aries author Donald Barthelme (who wrote a notable treatment of "Little Red Riding Hood") Donald Barthelmerecall the meaning of Aries  not only in their exploration of solipsism, but in their cultivation of aggressively annoying beards.

But back to Sarah Jessica Parker's nose, I am not alone in regarding it the elephant in the room. Witness:

Sarah's nose's rampage on New York,  uncannily echoes  The Nose by Aries  Nikolai Gogol, in which tale that facial organ separates itself from the head of a civil servant, takes on a mysterious identity of its own, and wreaks havoc in the streets of Saint Petersburg. Gogol was an Aries of the red-headed, dipsomaniacal, madman-type like Swinburne, Baudelaire and Van Gogh (whose ear was all over the place).  One of the few people in 19th century Russia with a sense of humor, he himself had a long nose. 

Friday
Mar272009

Aries in red #7

Sarah Jessica Parker was the third to wear Little Orphan Annie's famous red dress.