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High Street 5.4 — Criminal Defense (cont.)

November 9th, 2011 · 1 Comment

“One of the pleasures of art is that it enables the mind to move in unanticipated directions, to make connections that may be in some sense errors but are fruitful nonetheless.” — Donald Barthelme, “Reifications” (from Not-Knowing, ed. Herzinger)

High Street 5.4 — “Criminal Defense” (cont.) is posted today.

(Tomorrow: High Street 5.5 — “Criminal Defense” (fin.))

Tags: Donald Barthelme · High Street · Lit & Crit · Words

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  • 1 Catherine // Nov 10, 2011 at 4:23 am

    Here’s to ‘unanticipated directions’, the perfect definition for short story writing.

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