Thursday, August 9, 2007

The Hidden Appeal Of The Mona Lisa

The Hidden Appeal of The Mona Lisa

I have a lot of affection for this little work, but it's very difficult to tryto explain exactly what it is. It might be helpful to explain theprocedure by which I wrote it.For the last 20 years, I have been filling notebook after notebook (67so far) with ideas that have popped into my mind. The first 39volumes of these notebooks are on this CD. The remaining 28,however, are not, at least in their original form.One of the things I always wanted to do was to organize these ideasinto some kind of logical order, as opposed to the chronologicalorder they are currently in. The current book The Hidden Appeal OfThe Mona Lisa is one such attempt. Basically, I went through theremaining 28 notebooks, and wrote down the most interestingand/or significant ideas I could find. Once I located the ideas, I thentried to arrange them in some sort of a semantic flow, where one ideawould lead right into the other. In this way, I could show the ideas’essential unity, a unity not readily apparent when they are arranged inchronological and seemingly illogical form.So here it is. This book is meant to be read from start to finish in onesitting, to make its greatest impact.
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