Flight of the Mayfly: How Nick Edinger’s “Seventh Sanctum Story” Underlines the Development of Transmuting Byzantine Processes Into Uncomplicated Terminations
by Professor Trevor Testa
“Seventh Sanctum Story” authenticates how a culture will attempt, through increasingly multifarious and intricate procedures, to generate austere delights, and, in such attempts, fail to grasp the heart of what, sincerely, is significant. The quintet of specimens that reinforce this proposition comprise of:
- The complexities of the mechanism that produces an unpretentious ice cream indulgence
- The extensive, cosmic and scholastic conspiracy that merely advises the nationals of ©Happyland to Stay Away from “Grief Ragnarok”
- The extraordinary technology managed by Tactical Gas Entertainment to assemble (in essence) blares in facsimile of flatulence
- The Antique Brainwave Scanner utilized to enlighten the protagonists regarding Shithead’s shrouded aptitude and acumen
- Shithead’s convoluted stratagem to familiarize the citizenry of ©Happyland with compassion.
All these complex developments towards humble objectives satirize modern society’s anxiety over recouping attributes of existence that were continuously naturally obtainable. “Seventh Sanctum Story,” pertinent in such a perplexing epoch in history, advocates for the benefits of simply saying what you mean. These thematic associations reveal Nick Edinger as a tactical and considered writer; proficient in seamlessly cherry-picking the precise minutiae that facilitate him into articulating the narrative he aspires to communicate.
(Full essay can be found here.)