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Damon by Gary Crew
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Damon

by Gary Crew

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The Tiger is a metaphor for Damon's life. Damon is like a bored tiger in a cage, life is always the same. Crew uses surrealism to show that imagination and creativity can awaken Damon's life. I wondered when Damon is on the Zebra crossing if it represents his parents letting go, Damon finding out what posses his current interests (gaming is only a half life) is boring and when he awakens with imagination he will be possessed by something new? ( )
  LalaLibrary | Sep 25, 2011 |
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Damon's reality is made up of TV and gaming, but soon it seems as dull as other people's lives. Far off, a tiger roars. As it comes closer -- inside Damon's dreams -- it changes the way he sees the world. -- Cover.

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