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The Same – The Wind

June 17, 2009
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I’ve been expanding the list of texts being used on this project (The Same) considerably now to fifteen, all from Project Gutenberg. Some combinations of three are more rewarding / pleasing than others and less of a pain to work with. “The Wind” took me a while, and I’m not convinced that the three texts worked too well together. It usually works well to use two island-themed novels in conjunction with another wildcard text, usually philosophical or scientific in a non-island way (Darwin excluded).

Here is “The Wind”:

Tue Jun 16 19:54:45 2009

the wind · a little · while the current of
the ocean was a barrel and a groove
in contradiction to the board · alone
in all the wind · the little left · a groove
in which the seas continued to complain ·
a little thing · in contradiction to
advance · the evil times · the current swept
the countryside · a mile away again ·

a little longer · by the breeze · the squall ·
the bobbing heads · in money · but were gone
away again · the chest · the barrels of
possessions · there were splashes · cocoanuts ·
the weather clear · the sun · the sea upon
the man in money · and the worship · as
the winds directed · and the sea upon
the sand a little way in magnitude ·

the currents doing · through the passage through
the wind · away · a little to the knees ·
the house in hand · a current and a great
desire to secure a hurricane ·
a current like the breaking of the sun
upon another · on the sand · upon
the floor · the bottom of a hurricane ·
the little money now · a little left ·

Texts:
Jack London, South Sea Tales
Daniel Defoe, Robinson Crusoe
Fannie Louise Apjohn, The Enchanted Island

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