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By Al R. Young While the Boxwood Folios introduce The Papers of Seymore Wainscott, this novella more particularly introduces Seymore. It does so by presenting Seymore's draft biography of his father. The document is a very early and partial draft that focuses primarily upon Seymore's childhood and his own experiences resulting from his father's decision to pursue self-employment as a consulting burrower (an established guild among the lytfolc that is essentially analogous to civil engineering)... Read more »