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Chez Vicalle Too: More Comedy about Gnomons and Horizontal Dials

by J. Valentine Blovian

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0595324118, Paperback)

Chez Vicalle Too was inspired by the genius of Emile Durkheim who wrote: "All social realities--VALUES and PROCESSES--are created by humans. The social and ideational world represents NO entity without humans. Such a world is the REFLECTION of the socialization experienced by EACH individual in his or her cognitive development."

The surreal quality of Chez Vicalle Too was inspired by Marcel Duchamp and Edward Gorey.

Readers of Chez Vicalle Too are encouraged to read A. S. Byatt's novella Morpho Eugenia and view the movie Angels and Insects which was based upon the novella.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:09:50 -0400)

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