Oh, the irony

October 15, 2012 § 2 Comments

Epigraphs are hooks, designed to both taunt and capture the unsuspecting reader.  There is, however, an inescapable awareness on the part of most readers of the author’s desire to lure he or she further into the depths of there works.  Thus the epigraph must be both understandable, yet enticing.  It must be relevant but unrevealingly so.  And from my experience, it doesn’t have to be, but it often helps to be odd.  For curiosity often compels the most.

  1. All things considered, the apocalypse hadn’t been that bad.
  2. And so we were lost somewhere in the depths of the Great Transuniversal Wormhole, but that’s neither here nor there.
  3. Little did Einstein #1 know, you actually could kill two birds with one stone.
  4. Before 1935, it was curiosity that killed the cat, but one day everything changed.
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-Kevin M.

(B6)

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§ 2 Responses to Oh, the irony

  • Kat Zhang says:

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