Infinite Hallways: “Parabola Heretica” and Other Journeys

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This creative thesis collects five fictional stories, as well as a critical preface entitled “Fractals and the Gestalt: the Hybridization of Genre.” The critical preface discusses genre as a literary element and explores techniques for effective genre hybridization. The stories range from psychological fiction to science fiction and fantasy fiction. Each story also employs elements from other genres as well. These stories collectively explore the concept of the other and themes of connection and ostracization.

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Garay, Christopher December 2013.

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This creative thesis collects five fictional stories, as well as a critical preface entitled “Fractals and the Gestalt: the Hybridization of Genre.” The critical preface discusses genre as a literary element and explores techniques for effective genre hybridization. The stories range from psychological fiction to science fiction and fantasy fiction. Each story also employs elements from other genres as well. These stories collectively explore the concept of the other and themes of connection and ostracization.

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  • December 2013

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Garay, Christopher. Infinite Hallways: “Parabola Heretica” and Other Journeys, thesis, December 2013; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc407839/: accessed December 17, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .