The End

And so we close the book on the first interesting chapter in Edmund Moulde’s life.

I want to thank you all for reading, and coming along with me on this little experimental journey of mine and Edmund’s. I have learned a lot, and will definitely use these lessons in my future work.

http://thecharnelhouse.org/2011/11/22/the-graveyard-of-utopia-soviet-urbanism-and-the-fate-of-the-international-avant-garde/

Image: Uncredited, theCharnelHouse.org

As may be suggested by the last post, this is not Edmund’s last chapter. After all, like he said way back when Matron Moulde brought him to her house, ‘The hero need to die at the end. Otherwise, it’s not really an ending — it’s just where the storyteller got tired of telling the story.’

And I’m not tired yet…

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