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Re: VMs: Folio and Quire numbers
In message <126.96.36.199.0.20040402141619.0341b810@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Nick Pelling <incoming@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes
>At 07:53 02/04/2004 -0500, Jan Hurych wrote:
>>many artists can copy Mona Lisa rather well, but that is no
>>proof that the one on display in Paris is a fraud :-).
>Do you know of another one? :-)
>And why do I feel this sudden urge to write a short story? :-)
Please publish the result here...
>My favourite Mona Lisa short story (perhaps it was by Philip K. Dick?)
>involved a whole lost sequence of Mona Lisa pictures being mounted in a
>gigantic mechanism and animated, giving the world's first film (but what
>she reveals in the animation is the reason behind her smile). :-o
>...of course, I might just have dreamt this. :-)
>Cheers, .....Nick Pelling.....
Did I dream a Dr Who adventure where the good Doctor (complete with
long scarf, and probably wielding a sonic screwdriver in defence of a
young lady in mid scream) found himself in Leonardo's studio where
confronting him were six identical copies?
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