2530

Two men on each opposite side of a river. A beautiful young woman scientist comes to research the case.

2529

Béréchith Bârâ Elohim. In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.

2528

A hunchbacked Norwegian captain orders a suit from a Dublin tailor. The finished suit does not fit him, and the captain berates the tailor for being unable to sew, whereupon the irate tailor denounces him for being impossible to fit.

2527- George Polke

An artist wants to write all the stories in the world. She meets a cartographer and an inventor. The inventor makes a machine to make old stories new. The new stories are stranger than the originals.

2526

Huginn (“thought”) and Muninn (“memory”) are a pair of ravens that fly all over the world, and bring information to the god Odin.

2525

Little Hans, whose father had been sending Freud reports about his son’s interest in sexual matters—suddenly developed a phobia (an infantile neurosis). He refused to leave the house and go into the street for fear of being bitten by a horse.

2524

They began to circulate the theory of the foreign body that had penetrated the social fabric and had to be surgically removed.

2523

I killed Abe Lincoln during my two hour nap. Intense dream.

2522

Their dream: nothing less than the establishment of a colony from which an advance contingent of Aryans could forge a claim to the entire South American continent. But the continent had other plans.

2521

A group of people have been reading a book together for thirty years. They have been reading it again and again, with each journey from the first to the last page taking eleven years. Once they arrive at the last word, a very enigmatic “the,” they begin again with the first word, “riverrun.” The text appears inexhaustible, its interpretation endless, the inconclusive nature of the reading exciting. The world seems to cease existing outside this reading room or, perhaps, it exists because of it.