errora at earthlink.net
Wed Oct 26 10:36:56 PDT 2005
all very true.
the glasgow cover has this same quality of being of no era in particular as well and/or sometime ago. this is key to the jandek genius. it's so anonymous at times, like you said about the world book encycs. part of his appeal for me is -- not to put too fine a point on it -- the spaced out quality i remember from buzzing out in class and just staring at the photos in textbooks.
From: Phil Harwell <paharwell at yahoo.com>
Sent: Oct 26, 2005 10:32 AM
To: alec way <errora at earthlink.net>, jandek at mylist.net
Subject: Re: [Jandek] Religion
> i like the blue very much, too. i like the way it
> has this sort of 1950s-1970s printing quality to the
> blue field.
you're right. kinda reminds me in a way of the old
World Book encyclopedias my mom has. They're from the
> islam embraces the other two sky father big city
> desert religions from the area -- namely judaism and
> christianity -- as being "of the book."
yes, but as I recall - feel free to correct me on this
- but Muslims do not revere Christ as Savior, just as
another prophet (they put their emphasis on Mohammed).
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