Friday, 1 April 2011

Chris Port Blog #157. Transformation...

© Chris Port, April 1st 2011

As an another example of intertextuality and pastiche, Marty Gull thinks that Franz Kafka should write a short 'Revenge Musical' story and set it in Westminster.

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As David Cameron awoke one morning from uneasy dreams he found himself transformed in his bed into a gigantic rat. He realized, with horror, that he had gnawed his wife's face off during the night. She still slept. Sunlit dust twinkled in the curtain light. He reached out with his tiny pink hands to paw her awake. Oh what could he tell the voters? She stirred and moaned, then suddenly her eyelids flew open like startled birds. “” she croaked bloodily...

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Please feel free to post your own developments of the story.
Transformation... is also available on 3 Way Split Writer Group Forum. 

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