By MacKinlay Kantor
"The maximum of our Civil struggle novels."—The manhattan instances.
The 1955 Pulitzer Prize-winning tale of the Andersonville citadel and its use as a focus camp-like criminal by means of the South in the course of the Civil War.
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12) was a contraption with two long handles, one of which was moveable and ended in a disk that could cover the opening of the cylinder. At the bottom of this cylinder, on black velvet, lay several sodomised children. A black revolver was attached to the second handle. The Ideal Phantom (fig. 11) was a metallic head with two eye-breasts, resembling a drawing by Magritte. A negative nose went down below the eyes, on which the maker's name "Ideal" was written. The lower part of the head ended in a horizontal circular opening, like a chin.
We didn't speak to each other for a week, and I moved out to stay with friends. My sudden return home to continue making the object was the result of discovering that I could • Like my wife, the two heads both had their hair in what is known here as a "Breton" hairstyle. satisfy my desire towards B. while avoiding pai~·ful consequences and at the same time have the means to take' revenge on the double infidelity committed by my wife and B. I mutilated the head (the sex) using several razor blades and, as a supreme ejaculation, with the last one I sliced the doll's eye.
2). While browsing in some antique shops, I noticed a doll in one window looking at me, but I did not stop. A few weeks later, I awoke earlier than usual one morning and went straight to the antique shop to buy the doll I had refused to meet. Not knowing the reason why, I had cut several hundred riddles from the pages of some Hachette almanacs and put them into a number of envelopes. Returning home, I produced the envelopes and pasted the riddles at random onto the torso and one leg of the doll.
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