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03/01/2010

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Frances Madeson

Cool. Here's an excerpt printed in The Brooklyn Rail.

http://www.brooklynrail.org/2010/02/fiction/from-the-abyss-of-human-illusion

Frances Madeson

The NYTBR mentions the precise scale (scaling UP just like Point Omega) of the word count in those 50 chapters enumerated in Roman numerals--1:10. He's written his bid to be included in The Pantheon, where the columns are 50 Roman feet tall, hasn't he? Another master builder looking back.

JC

Great piece! I'm reading Mulligan Stew now & really loving it.

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