DAR7 - The use of a wild-artichoke clock to tell time as...

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Ryan Wisneski September 15, 2010 LIT 2020 Daily Analytical Reflection In the final section of Cronopios and Famas by Julio Cortazar, the title becomes known as we are able to see descriptive language regarding the Cronopios, Famas, as mythical beings. In this book there are constant mentions of time like have been consistent through this entire text, with regards to time being a constant but in an inconstant at the same time.
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Unformatted text preview: The use of a wild-artichoke clock to tell time as the cronopio pulls a leaf off for every hour till “when he reaches the center time cannot be measured, and in the infinite violet rose of the artichoke heart the cronopio finds great contentment”. This is the constant reference to time or lack thereof that I have seen mentioned many times in experimential literature....
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