Capriccio of Fantasy & Power: The Silly Brilliance of Dance with Devils

The Josei Next Door

This ain’t the same old bad boy love song.

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Speaking in the broadest of terms, fiction can serve two primary functions: As a way to reflect reality, or as a way to escape it. Some people describe this as “art” versus “entertainment,” which never quite sat right with me because it suggests a certain lack of value to the latter, which is (to use a fancy lit-crit term) silly. Escapism absolutely has value. Have you lived in the world? Reality is stressful and messy. While it’s a bad idea to flee it altogether, it’s perfectly healthy, even necessary, to take a break from it sometimes.

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Capriccio of Fantasy & Power: The Silly Brilliance of Dance with Devils

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