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The Alice Fallacy; or, Only God Can Make a Tree

  • Jerome McGann

Abstract

[SCENE. The Faculty Club of a university. INSTRUCTION enters looking downcast, puts his papers on the bar and throws himself into a chair next to PLEASURE, who is reading. PLEASURE looks up from her book and smiles with cool amusement at her friend. Across the room is a bar at which two figures stand very erectly. They resemble waiters; they are FOOTNOTE and PRINTER’S DEVIL, respectively. A Brechtian sign stands over the bar and reads in large letters: INTERSPACE, which is the play space for the dialogues between FOOTNOTE and PRINTER’S DEVIL.]

Keywords

Historical Awareness Play Space Paradise Lost Instruction Talk Fundamental Comparison 
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© Jerome McGann 2001

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  • Jerome McGann

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