The Blazing World - Richard Brickman/ William Burridge Summary & Analysis

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Richard Brickman

The reader will recognize that this name is the one that Harry gave to her masked persona when she and Rune role played earlier. Adopting his persona, Harry has written a letter to the editor in an art journal. This has obviously been written while Harry was still alive and was delivered just prior to her death as one last final joke on the establishment, and as proof of her work.

'Richard' writes that he received a 65-page missive from Harry divulging the extent of her facade and the depth, breadth, and scope of her revelation of her three 'masks'. He goes on to say that it is a scientifically proven fact that people don't always notice alterations in their environment, and that there is simply much around a person that isn't readily perceived.

He writes that Harriet claims...

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