The Salt Thing

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date, started: 5.15.17

Library & Literary Relevances

for The Fictional VolunTier Project

by goura fotadar [obvs.]

brief scan of cited source,

text: LOVE STORY by

ERICH SEGAL

 

cited. p. 19

cited. p.13

Salt as

an index,

locator

|

|

|\/

as the

word alone?

instead of \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\————–

noticing what could be salt.

 

if we were going to

notice what could also

be salt; and-or

salt-similar :

 

on a continued, rough; and

semi-quick scan:

 

cited p.19 —> again

name of doctor;

is salt-like

 

cited p.20 “Novocain” is salt-like? how

cited p.20 “steak” is salt-like?

 

cited p.21 “It was beginning to hurt like hell.”

 

cited p.21

continued

with the earlier

backdrop of

“salt” “nutritional”

advice; and

the silence + attack?

after this last

cited line; in

this text “salt”

and-or salt-like

 

might have a magical almost

addictive quality.

 

In other words:

from the interaction brief

on the top of

cited p.21;

“salt” – like when un-responded

to : can or perhaps does

escalate matters.

In an almost shamanic, shaman

response; “salt”

and-or the mention of

something like salt;

if un-responded to,

salt …

exacerbates?

 

[excuse the change of order in numbers; as the book has is being flipped through:]

 

at the top of

cited. p.3 ; or near

the middle.    tag[s]: research reading

[editing notifications & considerations: period or not after cited? in this specific posting. and when not. and how long will you remember when not and when to.]

 

Is “coffee” like salt.

and on earlier cited.

p.2 at the start of the book:

 

“the cheese”

though qualified in

a (non-cited italics)

different way. Is this

still a “salt.”

 

on cited p.13

almost as if qualifying

salt to this

not surprisingly

shamanic – level

the main character /

narrator

almost such declares

indirectly the use

of “salt” …

 

theme-learners

Parodies can still prove

Satires    importante

indexing uses;

i.e. point ’em

out, too.

 

aside exercise:

How do you recognize yourself;

how would you map yourself

draw

I really hate bad smell[s].

Define what “bad smell[s]” mean to me. [means to me.]

[i.e. & to you?]

 

cited p.13, continued …

” “Yer not eatin’ enough salt.”

Maybe if I humor him

he’ll go away.

“Okay, Jack, I’ll start

eating more salt.”

Jesus, was he pleased!

… ”

escalate

about the trash receptacle: re, mind [manners] = potpourri temporary

0theme0 trash collection as art

it reminds me to spit in a bottle upon others’ : cited brainstormers et al

suggestion ; and not [just] upon others

it includes the pieces of outsides [leaves in varying stages and twigs like my poetry]

to remind me how to compost;

and it of course is an additional trash collector in stage; as in stage phase

reminding me to grab and trash the notes I no longer use or need;

it also has decent scent since inside it’s filled with not just spit but leaves, and twigs; yeah; and the container of course reminds me to drink enough hydrating liquid and-or prepare still in the homeless life. cited: rum’s theory series on amazon

remind

 

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