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Pedai by Lucian Whyte


by Lucian Whyte

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Pedai is a phenomenal meditation on the dynamic of friendship and on its influence over moral being. Seeking out his counterpart the One, the character of the Other undergoes a profound alteration when confronted by conflict and internal instability through common interactions with those bonded to him. The organic nature of moral being emerges within the dynamic narrative of Pedai or "bonds." At times humorous and at times dark, Pedai investigates the multi-layered and at-times painful connections that humans endure with one another. The narrative of the youthful Other is continued.

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