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Lighthouse Fiction Architecture

Check it out: Lighthouse as “fiction architecture.”

From the post: “As Annie Stevens said in her wonderful article in The Age titled Guided by the Light (18/9/2010) ‘The lighthouse, as Virginia Woolf reasoned, is an almost perfect receptacle for projected symbolism. With the isolation, the wild ocean that surrounds it, the old tales of shipwrecks, its guiding role and the faint, salty whiff of madness, it’s ripe for plumbing for hidden meanings.’”

About Nick Arvin

Author of The Reconstructionist + a couple other books.

One comment on “Lighthouse Fiction Architecture

  1. andreadupree
    December 14, 2010

    I was wondering what that faint, salty smell was!

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