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Topic Summary - Displaying 3 post(s).
Posted by: Mike Posted on: 13. Feb 2011 at 20:37
My favorite part was when Jack, St. Ives and Hasbro were trapped underwater in the diving bell thing.  Jack was worried whether they would be able to make it to land before the tide came in.  St. Ives, in order to quell Jack's fears, tells him not to worry, because they would have run out of air, and suffocated long before that.  "Dead as Herrings..."
Posted by: Peter Brander, Denmark Posted on: 12. Sep 2009 at 04:59
One brilliant scene. (The Sheep, the stagecoach). But only one storyline, and only one character. Like when one of the great painters makes a small painting of a hand. And later incorporates that detail in the much larger work "royal family-outing with horses and manatees".

This is a very nice picture of a hand.
Posted by: Mike Posted on: 28. Aug 2009 at 17:49
Just started reading it...  seems to hold some promise.