Working out in the open:  C.R. Beye, Odysseus: A Life.  New York, 2004. p.20.

Modernity cane defined:  A.M. Lippit, Electric Animal.  Minneapolis, MN., 2000. p.3.

silence in which grasses: Ibid, Beye.

hares use loops:

A new ghost: P. Whalen. From, "The Ghosts."

The ghost of the land:  D. Hecht, Land of Echoes. New York,  2004. p.197.

the hunter knows: H. Krips, Fetish: An Erotics of Culture.  Ithaca, NY., 1999. p.66.

the primitive man:  Y. Hirn, The Origins of Art.  New York,  1971.

I fix truck and lock eyebrows: G. Snyder. From, "Working on the '58 Willy Pickup"

the rollercoaster: J. Lanza, "Female Rollercoasters (And  Other Virtual Vortices)." Performing Arts  Journal. May 1992. p.53.

a gray and deserted day: A. Fioretos, The Gray Book. Stanford,  CA., 1999. p.36.

Then your waiting is over: G. Ekelöf. From, "A Mölna  Elegy."

throughout the ages: G. Taylor and N. Lowe, "Phantoms in the  Corridor: Portal Systems in the Digital  Mind." Consciousness, Literature and the  Arts. December 2002.

slipped on a precipice: P. Besserman & M. Steger, Crazy  Clouds. Boston, MA., 1991. p.169.

Winter sea:  S. Nakagawa. January, 1974. In,  Endless Vow: The Zen Path of Soen  Nakagawa. Boston, MA., 1996. p.318

the alchemical picture: R. Grinnell, Alchemy in a Modern Woman. Zurich, Switzerland, 1973. p.29.

the wild state: J. G. Cowan, Letter From a Wild State.  New York, 1991. p.10.

reading Hayao Kawai: H. Kawai, Dreams, Myths & Fairy Tales  in Japan. Einsiedeln,  Switzerland,  1995. p.47.

the body is constructed: L. E. Sullivan, “Body Works:  Knowledge of the Body in the Study of  Religion.” History of Religions, August  1990.

Remember when:, 18 Sep 1993.

we clearly inhabit: T. Cresswell, Place: A Short Introduction.  Carlton, Victoria, Australia. p.35. 2004.

the man had been: M. Shackley, Neanderthal Man,  London, 1980. pp. 92-3.

A monk was dispatched: Adapted from, P.K. Dick, The Transmigration  of Timothy Archer. New York, 1982.  pp. 122- 23.

the true arftists: F. Turner, "Cultivating the American  Garden."  In, C. Glotfelty & H. Fromm,  editors, The  Ecocriticism Reader. Athens,  GA., 1996. p.51.

Already, at first glance: T.A. Clark, Distance & Proximity.  Edinburgh, Scotland. 2000. p.68.

it has become:  A. Gibson, Towards a Postmodern  Theory of Narrative. Edinburgh,  Scotland, 1996. p.12.