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Inside this Book – Not only haiku, but short verse and longer poems as well. Ordinarily these things are much shorter than works of prose. That is the defining characteristic of poetry. In these short chains of words an instant’s movement of the heart is clipped and pasted. The writer sees and hears the world, and describes the emotions he feels in his heart. And he does it in a burst of short phrases. In prose these things are strung together. The heart’s descriptions are continuous, and as the number of lines grows, the form changes. Through the many events that take place in a piece of prose, the hearts of various characters are not always the same. But abstracting the essentials from these sentences adds up to a complete description. To make it all hang together, we need to portray “change.” Between the first page and the last page, the hearts of the characters have to change into something different. This process of change emerges as a wave, and that is the form of a story. This is simple mathematics. If you take prose and break it down into fragments, it turns into haiku or poetry. If you take a story and break it down into fragments, it turns into description. Photographs are also descriptive. With a camera a landscape can be captured forever and framed. A photograph can describe a child’s crying face. This is close to what happens in haiku or poetry. There is a difference between words and pictures of course, but both select important moments in time and stop them forever.
Inside this book –ZOO PDF Book by Terry Gallagher – I HOPE YOU don’t mind my asking, miss, but are you familiar with the prophecies of Nostradamus?” I turned my eyes away from the clouds outside the window. The man sitting next to me wore a drab gray suit and was completely nondescript. If you walked down the street in any town you’d see a handful of guys like him. He was around thirty, so about the same age as me.“Prophecies? You mean, like, that the world will be destroyed in 1999?” He nodded. “Yeah, I know about them,” I said. “They were a fad when I was a kid. But . . . I beg your pardon,” I said, looking between the seats and up the aisle. “Don’t you think it’s a little inappropriate to be talking about something like that at a time like this?” “It’s precisely because it’s a time like this that I’m talking about it.” Our row consisted of three seats each meant for one person. I was sitting in the window seat, he had the middle seat, and the aisle seat was empty. “Is this some kind of a come-on?” “Not at all. I’m a married man . . . although my wife and I are not living together,” he said, shrugging his shoulders a bit. “As I was saying about Nostradamus, I had a lot of faith in his prophecies. I really believed that mankind would be wiped out in 1999. I thought I would die too.”
ZOO by Terry Gallagher PDF : eBook Information
- Full Book Name – ZOO
- Author of this Book – Terry Gallagher
- Language – English
- Book Genre – Fiction, Novel, Literature, Horror, Fantasy
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- eBook Pages – 200
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