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The details “grisly”, the people “lunatic”, the results, “magnetic”.

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It Happened in Boston? 

“Dreams of Disorder”  Time Magazine
© Feb 7, 1969

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“What kind of tale can possibly evolve from such a gallimaufry of trivia? A dreamer on a park bench, a dim-witted bird fancier, a dead cat, an eight-year-old boy, a picture dealer, a handful of pigeons and an insurance agent—hardly the cast of War and Peace. I must agree” […] Russell Greenan shows descriptive powers as imaginative as his unsettling story is fanciful. He has an odd ear for uneven sounds […] With painterly sleight of hand, [Greenan] recreates the fabulous landscape of a deranged artist’s mind. It is a terrain at once fearful and frolicsome—as if Bruegel’s earthy dancing peasantry had been set down in a demon-filled scene by Hieronymus Bosch.”

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