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About Me

Well, hello and welcome to my "Biography"!
So, I guess I can add "Biography" to the genre list here on my profile.
I am not sure where I stand when drawing a line literally.
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-------------------HOUSE OF LEAVES" ~ By Mark Z. Danielewski ------------------------
Here is a Borders interview with author Mark Z. on his novel "House of Leaves"
see Wikipedia below interview for descript of novel.
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House of Leaves is the debut novel by the American author Mark Z. Danielewski, published by Pantheon Books. The novel quickly became a bestseller following its March 7, 2000 release, having already developed a cult following through gradual release over the Internet. It was followed by a companion piece, The Whalestoe Letters. The novel has since been translated into a number of foreign languages.
The format and structure of the novel is unconventional, with unusual page layout and style, making it ergodic literature. It contains copious footnotes, many of which contain footnotes themselves, and some of which reference books that do not exist.[1] Some pages contain only a few words or lines of text, arranged in strange ways to mirror the events in the story, often creating both an agoraphobic and a claustrophobic effect. The novel is also distinctive for its multiple narrators, who interact with each other throughout the story in disorienting and elaborate ways.
Danielewski expands on this point in an interview: "I had one woman come up to me in a bookstore and say, 'You know, everyone told me it was a horror book, but when I finished it, I realized that it was a love story.' And she's absolutely right. In some ways, genre is a marketing tool."[2]
House of Leaves has been described as a "satire of academic criticism."[3]
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Self defining, I tell you this. This is, this was, and this may very well be.
But, well will be, this could possibly vary?
~ cc
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MY MUSE, IF YOU CHOOSE..TO LISTEN, THERE SHOULD BE SOMETHING HERE YOU LIKE
(if so, tell me which one you fancied?)
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The perfection of wisdom, and the end of true philosophy is to
proportion our wants to our possessions, our ambitions to our
capacities, we will then be a happy and a virtuous people.
~ Mark Twain
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A fool's brain digests philosophy into folly, science into superstition,
and art into pedantry. Hence University education.
~ George Bernard Shaw
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There will be no end to the troubles of states, or of humanity itself,
till philosophers become kings in this world, or till those we now call
kings and rulers really and truly become philosophers, and political
power and philosophy thus come into the same hands.
~ Plato
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phi�los�o�phy ~ philosophy

Function: noun, Inflected Form(s): plural -phies, Etymology: Middle English philosophie, from Anglo-French, from Latin philosophia, from Greek, from philosophos philosopher
Date:14th century
1 a (1): all learning exclusive of technical precepts and practical arts (2): the sciences and liberal arts exclusive of medicine, law, and theology (3): the 4-year college course of a major seminary b (1)archaic : physical science (2): ethics c: a discipline comprising as its core logic, aesthetics, ethics, metaphysics, and epistemology2 a: pursuit of wisdom b: a search for a general understanding of values and reality by chiefly speculative rather than observational means c: an analysis of the grounds of and concepts expressing fundamental beliefs3 a: a system of philosophical concepts b: a theory underlying or regarding a sphere of activity or thought 4 a: the most basic beliefs, concepts, and attitudes of an individual or group b: calmness of temper and judgment befitting a philosopher
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CEREBRAL:
1.) a: of or relating to the brain or the intellect b: of, relating to, affecting, or being the cerebrum2 a: appealing to intellectual appreciation b: primarily intellectual in nature


LIBERATED:
1.) Freed from or opposed to traditional social and sexual attitudes or roles
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hope all is well :)

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Come over to my page and we can chat on my chatbox

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That's what C.S. Lewis used to call "the odd pint" when he went out to drink with J.R.R. Tolkien and they chatted about "Lord of the Rings" and "The Chronicles of Narnia".

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Anyone who likes philosophy must be a hoot to hang out with! I like to drink beers and talk about the origins of the universe and all the scientific, mystical and religious theories. I'm just sitting here sniffing my frankincense and myrrh right now. This stuff is heavenly.