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Leave it to Hollywood — another place increasingly unmoored from its geographic tether — to create a vision of technology’s heartland that, though fictive, is a compelling proxy.
Still, there are large individual differences in the reaction to incest—actual or fictive.
An admirer of Sherlock Holmes (whose fictive hyper-rationalism might be a sign of Asperger’s), Christopher aims to solve two mysteries: the fate of his long-absent mother and the killing of a neighborhood dog.
Kentucky will now allow the courts the leeway to place these children with fictive kin.
Often a blend of straight biography and semi-fictive point of view, Smith's dramas have been about disparate topics.
An image or phrase finds you, pleases you with its wit or vividness, shoehorns open your evolving vision of the fictive world, and before that change gets fully processed, here comes another.
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