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Book Maze

Ten foot tall books enclose a person inside of them.
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The walls of the maze are oversized books. Ten feet high and six feet wide. They stand upright and some are flat open to make a wall and others half opened to make a corner. The pages fan out, and flap as you move through the maze.
guncandy, Dec 07 2015

Airport_20Novel_20(with_20Branches!) [calum, Dec 08 2015]

You could stick around for a minotaur too. http://editorial.de...-bookgara1103/1.jpg
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Dec 08 2015, last modified Dec 09 2015]


       Some used bookstores feel like this although they use normal size books.   

       Would the type be 3 inches tall and the paragraphs yards high?
popbottle, Dec 08 2015

       I would bun this if you'd somehow incorporated the narrative maze. As it is, it's just "make a maze out of arbitrary large objects".
pertinax, Dec 08 2015

       The minotaur was in a labyrinth, not a maze.
pocmloc, Dec 09 2015

       When is a labyrinth not a maze?   

       Labyrinths are unicursal.
pocmloc, Dec 09 2015

       Hold on, I have to look up that word.   

       Ah, good word.   

       "The labyrinth has often been confused with a maze. A maze is like a puzzle to be solved. It has twists, turns, and blind alleys. It is a left-brain task that requires logical, sequential, analytical activity to find the correct path into the maze and out. On the other hand, the labyrinth has only one path—it is unicursal. The way in is the way out. There are no blind alleys. The path leads you on a circuitous path to the center and out again."
Zachary Nataf · Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Just about didn't make my something-new-for-the-day today quota.
Thanks [pocmloc]!


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