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three-step drama

I recently watched Barton Fink┬áby the Coen Brothers. I loved the look of it, I loved how lots of it was chopped together, but mostly I didn’t like it. It made me too uncomfortable, and it shared that quality with … Continue reading

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plotting like a maniac

there it is, my mad morning’s work. And i thought this ms was complete a year ago! Ha!

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plotting for greatest impact; or, The Spiral

The plotting of the Lymond Chronicles is amazing. I wish there were a better word to express my admiration. After long hours of deliberation, Cat has boiled the amazingness down to this: Dunnett’s many, subtly-planted plotlines don’t just meet/almost meet/collide … Continue reading

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