As everyone with a good dictionary knows, a ‘synecdoche’ is a literary term where the part stands for the whole and vice versa. It is also a play on words for Schenectady in a film by Charlie Kaufman. I had been looking forward to watching Synecdoche, New York – his film starring Phillip Seymour Hoffman […]
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