Anodyne
Saturday, June 22, 2013
 

Wandering Rocks

 "[C]ritic, Mervi Lane cites the physical presence of mirrors as an allusion to the reflexive nature of the vignettes themselves. She contends that each vignette offers a mirror image of an earlier (and sometimes a later) chapter.

 Lane contends that each episode of ‘Wandering Rocks’ offers the reader an inverted image of the chapter to which it corresponds and offers individual examples from each of the vignette."
 

Friday, June 21, 2013
 

 

"The show thus developed even more elaborate interlocking plotlines, with each of these character’s apparently individual storylines proving to feed directly into one other, their actions impacting upon each other’s experiences in myriad, imperceptible ways. With each return to an already viewed scene, the show expanded the ramifications of these events with new context, the comedy compounding exponentially, the narrative becoming endlessly more than the sum of its composite parts."

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