The Man Who Disappeared

by Nealon, Brian J

Abstract (Summary)
I've always been fascinated by the arabesques behind daily life: the interconnectedness of all living things, the patterns they arrange around themselves, the rhythms at play between them. And I don’t really get intoxicated all that often. The tracings of these rhythms can be found in all great art, though they’re easier to see in belly dances, Irish gravestones, and the Chinese knots guarding the Heaven Temple walls. They’re in the telling of a good story. I’ve worked to that end in this collection, with various approaches—different narrative styles, points of view, and effects—and, as a matter of course, with varying degrees of success.
Bibliographical Information:


School:Miami University

School Location:USA - Ohio

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:fiction stories dayton ohio santiago chile sarajevo yugoslavia slobodan milosevic warren christopher augusto pinochet bill clinton bruce willis wright patterson brothers stealth bomber b 2 cruise missile realpolitik peace


Date of Publication:01/01/2004

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