good guy

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Good guy:

The livestock auctioneer. Werner Herzog: “How did you learn to speak so fast?” In Theresa Hak Kyung Cha’s Dictee, the struggle to speak:Further, Further inside. Further than. To middle. Deeper. Without measure. Deeper than. Without means to measure. To core. In another tongue. Same word. Slight mutation of the same. Undefinable. Shift. Shift slightly. Into … Continue reading

Good guy:

Kaspar Hauser, 1. who makes an appearance in Ellison’s “The Prowler in the City at the Edge of the World” as one of Juliette’s toys. 2. She plays w/ him two times. 3. The first time she sends him back to his time with some of his brain squeezed up (or something), explaining his mysterious … Continue reading

Good guy:

Alvin Straight. Aristotle instructs us that characters should be four things: First and foremost they shall be good. The second point is to make them appropriate. The third is to make them like the reality. The fourth is to make them consistent and the same throughout, even if inconsistency be part of the man. . … Continue reading