Eisenman and Cervantes
In Response To: Re: "Caesar's Messiah" ()

Yes, I too was surprised by how well organized that journal article of his was. The style of his book "James the Brother of Jesus" is so incredibly recursive. I'm sure he had his reasons for this. Perhaps he wanted each section to stand on its own as if it were not part of the larger work. Or possibly through repetition it might make his points somehow more true or refreshed in the mind of the student. All I know is that as I kept reading on and on Eisenman began to be Cervantes and James the Man dela Mancha!