Christian Becomes a Blur

Walker, Carolyn
September 2007
Crazyhorse;Fall2007, Issue 72, p53
This essay presents is about a child having psychological problems and being controlled by a man who is created out of his imagination. The author infers that the child soon proclaimed a fear of his bedroom because it adjoined a tiny library, which was filled with stories that had come to terrify him.


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