Three Gymnopédies for Literature - Digital

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Three Gymnopédies for Literature - Digital

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Three Gymnopédies for Literature borrows its title from French composer, Erik Satie, who wrote Trois Gymnopédies for solo piano in 1888. Like Satie's work, each of the stories in Three Gymnopédies for Literature seek to examine a common theme, but from a different perspective. The common interlocking themes examined in David's work are loneliness, loss, and transformation.

Pathétique:
As a recurring dream depicting the final two days of his life becomes more detailed, a young man discovers that one’s fate is a matter of perspective.

I Am Per:
After he speaks out against his government, a man’s shadow tries to kill him. (A tribute to Carl Jung and Jungian psychology)

The Store:
When Mary notices the appearance of an odd store across the street from her building she marvels at the speed at which the establishment seems to be falling apart. She’s sure her friends would agree that the store is a strange addition to the neighborhood, but her friends have disappeared.

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