Friday, April 29, 2011

Umbrellas Unopent in Tempests, Part XXXIV

The narrative of Umbrellas Unopent in Tempests, in its entirety:

1. Itwethey waits, in solitude and semi-darkness, in contemplation and preparation, for Guest;

2. Guest, accidentally (or randomly), happens down forest path;

3. Guest happens up Itwethey’s stoop;

4. Guest happens to be greeted by Itwethey;

5. Guest and Itwethey are squeezed together, though oscillating in both space and time, on Itwethey’s threshold.

The critique of “openness”, the use of the probiliscope, descriptions of BwOaska-- support the narrative, and do not form a separate narrative, or “themes,” or worse, "rhizomes."

The extraneous and unusual, grotesque and arabesque, the diversions and wanderings, are to be understood as “time effects”, mainly occurring during the oscillations at Itwethey’s threshold.

If the narrative ends with a "happily ever after", this must be understood as one among many, "time effects."


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