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photo: Famous scene from Apocalypse Now, on http://www.rotaryaction.com/pages/apocalypse.html   (this is a continuation of another post, which you can find here)   2.  Look at the above list of works.  Most of them are about the monster within.  To borrow from Rousseau...
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Photo: Man Who Laughs, Conrad Veidt     A few quick snippets that occurred to me today about this seminal work:   1.  I was wondering today why so many works circa 1890-1900 centered around the mask we wear to keep apart the good and bad parts of our nature--or, rather, that...
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At long last, I am getting back into the language of Victorian England and putting words on the screen. That's a good feeling, especially when I have been slogging for so long, unable to get through the horse latitudes of ending one project and getting back to another. It takes time to get into the...
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I'm procrastinating beginning the ending of Jekyll, Hyde and Jack the Ripper book. While cruising around to some blogs, I came across a conversation between Dan Chaon and Jonathan Evison and procrastination came up. What? Is it possible that other writers procrastinate? Well, how about that. After...