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  • These ficciones both parody and explode causality as it is usually understood and thereby make available to us, not just an alternate past to our provisional present but a future literally beyond our understanding: as a real future must be.

    PELICAN DREAMING" POEMS 1959-2008 by MARK YOUNG

  • "The Manual of Detection," let it be stressed, more closely resembles G.K. Chesterton's hallucinatory "The Man Who Was Thursday" or Jorge Luis Borges's mystery ficciones than it does the adventures of Sam Spade.

    Mystery Tales of Terror, Murder and the Surreal

  • There is Jorge Luis Borges, whose wonderfully original, idiosyncratic work consists almost entirely of enigmatic ficciones, some of them very brief.

    An Endangered Species

  • No puedo contar los detalles aquí en este blog, pero si tienen un momento, les aconsejo que lean la biografía de la banda, una mezcla de hechos y ficciones.

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  • Young’s alternative histories, sometimes called, after Borges, ficciones, are meditations that warp time so that, for example, those on the Long March are entertained with films by Eisenstein, Cocteau and John Ford while the bicycle-driven transformer that powers the projector is pedalled by Zhou Enlai The Mao ficcione.

    PELICAN DREAMING" POEMS 1959-2008 by MARK YOUNG

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