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Articles by Seth Nehil:

Children’s Games (after Breugel): a growth for mimicry and variation

Play, even if it appears without sense,
contains a whole world therein;
the world and its complete structure
is nothing but a children’s game”
– Jacob Cats, 1622

Parts may overlap or be shown in any order.

Part One

Construct a literary story based on the NY Times book review of Neverland by Piers Dudgeon, entitled “For Starters, a Satanic Svengali” (by Janet Maslin, Oct. 26, 2009). The story should attempt to convey, in unadorned style, the content of any scenes or interactions or occurrences which are described in the review. No attempt should be made to force these scenes into sequence, or to invent …

This post is in: Journal of Neuro-Aesthetic Theory #5 (2007-11),Pluripotential (Shifter 16)

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