Selections from the Allen Notebooks
• This section is a collection of short journal entries written in the first person.
• The journal entries seem to be segments of Woody Allen's secret journal.
• Most of Allen's entries are paranoid or anxious.
• The name of the book "Without Feathers" is from an Emily Dickinson quote were she refers to hope as the thing with feathers.
• Allen mentions many funny or absurd thoughts, dreams, or ponderings.
Examining Psychic Phenomena
• Dr. Osgood Mulford Twelge studies paranormal or psychic phenomena.
• The stories shared are excerpts from his soon to be released book "Boo!"
• One story touches on a man who has seen his brother's ghost 14 years after his brother dies.
• Another story is about a man who's spirit frequently leaves his body to go do rather ordinary things, like get a drink or go on vacation.
A Guide to Some of the Lesser Ballets
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