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One Potato Review

The portrait of an artist as an insomniac whose humblest creations actually end up casting a larger, spectacular shadow while everyone else is sleeping. This is late model Keats, visually splashier and more enigmatic than some of his popular fables: make what you will of these plain-written characters, but also the painterly representations of dream-time in neighboring windows. No one alike. Striking, and accessible on many levels.   

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