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The Fold Of The House Of Escher

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A short story written in the first person by an unnamed narrator, describing their experience when visiting a gloomy gothic mansion designed by M. C. Escher and built entirely of cardboard, ending in a final cataclysmic scene where the house collapses into two dimensions, but still retains two functional staircases that can be used on both sides.
8th of 7, Dec 12 2014

Heinlein http://en.wikipedia...d_House%E2%80%94%22
[not_morrison_rm, Dec 13 2014]

Shocking lack of mentions of foil http://en.wikipedia...She_%281965_film%29
..wikipedia, eh? [not_morrison_rm, Dec 14 2014]

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       Much better than Usher's attempts at being an M.C, and whose singles are at least as dreary as Poe.
RayfordSteele, Dec 12 2014
  

       Excellent.
blissmiss, Dec 13 2014
  

       The sequel is about M.C.'s foray into equine breeding, working title "The Foal of the Horse of Escher".
8th of 7, Dec 13 2014
  

       ^ noooooo
not_morrison_rm, Dec 13 2014
  

       I thought the sequel was going to be about trousers dropping off a large scab - "The Fall of the Hose of Eschar".
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 13 2014
  

       I seem to remember a film with Ursula Andress playing an eternal goddess, but one still thrifty enough to wrap left-overs for another day, before the Morlocks got her.   

       I believe it was entitled "The Foil of the House of Ayesha".
not_morrison_rm, Dec 14 2014
  

       I remember seeing a documentary about an emaciated German tractor industrialist who wore Ill-fitting traditional Bavarian garb: The Fall of the Hose of Eicher.
RayfordSteele, Dec 14 2014
  

       love it [+]
xandram, Dec 15 2014
  

       It has been drawn to our attention that there may be a copyright infringement in the title; it seems there is an academic report in print on the subject of hydrocarbon pollution South-East of Walton-On- Thames, causing mild atmospheric distortions. Ask at your local bookshop for a copy of "The Fuel Of The Haze Of Esher" ...
8th of 7, Dec 15 2014
  

       This idea would be particularly popular amongst certain rural Scots, i.e. the folk of the Howes of Ayrshire.
pocmloc, Dec 15 2014
  

       I did hear of a German of extremely miserable disposition who spoke so slowly as to be tedious:   

       The drawl of the grouse of Prussia.
corvuscornix, Dec 18 2014
  

       As the climax comes near in the international Origami competition, Lobsang reveals the killer move, doing the entire Himalaya range in complete silence the...The Hush Of The Fold Of Asia   

       That almost makes sense..I must be slipping...
not_morrison_rm, Dec 18 2014
  

       Have you seen those people who go angling annually in frozen lakes? They fish in the hole of ice yearly.
pocmloc, Dec 18 2014
  


 

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