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    Oracular voice of fate heard from where all and everything has transpiremid-stream life. Protagonist position focus of destiny embraced by rows of seated audience.


    Gaze of Easter Island Giant Heads locked on horizon of ancestral advent. Alpha-digital mind of Sumerians sitting by computer saw horizon as divider of things on ground and signs in sky (edge of screen divider). Maya cared neither for horizon nor division since birth happens from within earth erupts torrents of rain child born in contractions and pain.

    Greek theater perfect receptacle of wide and wild happening in eye of mind. Playwright Beckett Film, focal point and receptacle of theater–equal–theory (theorein: to look at, to watch).
    With pronounced individuality, uncontrolled nature acknowledged, centaur twin sibling of column. Column: half-man-half-member. Of construct. Centaur half-animal-half-man. Individuality, sanctioned struggle fought out between civil and wild of self.
    Twin contrast embedded image of individuation, of handling instability, delicate harmony an ethico-aesthetic attainment. Lao Tze, reflecting on ritual in section 38. Ritual, of Dao De Jing [Tao Te Ching] states that “Harmony does not care for harmony, and so is naturally attained”. Greek understanding of harmony different, not naturally attained but someone’s efforts of harmonizing conflicting intents, notion of democracy an extrapolation of individuality: civilized manner of handling and housing conflicting intents.

    Finnegan falling headfirst into language Wake first page.


    Pictures true-to-life wait for them serve them well as they happen. They are not signs but sails cover distance.


    Too much fuss about reflection detrimental to acknowledgement of nature.


    Did not Michelangelo sense Torso di Belvedere as gravity of mass? Does not Michelangelo draughtsman elaborate on human body as mass of attraction?


    Giotto insight result of constructivist eye while Rembrandt granted grace of illuminating touch. Simeon in The Temple.


    this too, too solid flesh Shakespeare Bourgeois Brancusi...

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