Article Title

DEAD MAN'S DISCLOSURE

Authors

Stephen Gray

Abstract

My soul to keep in a coffin, trod beneath (bare) (foot) people (my mortal remains), sloth-bear pads, goats graze (pressed in wood) roots entwine (casket) (cask) this where banyans walk in Muybridge locomotion reco(r)ding their raiders' myths of succession: Taprobana Insula (Ptolemy) for Roman turtleshell Serendib for silk, Kandy for ruby Copra from Ceylon, Beira (Slave Island) Lake

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