A Man For Every Purpose is a tale of a man who fragments when he is not able to deal with some of the problems in his life. It is told from the point of view of that character. One of my motivations in writing this tale is to show that true and moral fantasy has more to do with human perceptions than with magical events. Nothing impossible occurs in this novel but the telling of the possible events twists them and colors them in strange ways.
I opened the door and saw what what had recently been a young woman lying on a stainless steel table. . .
By mistake I had walked into a cleaning room used by the operations people of my company. . .
And it was my company in a substantial sense. An employee I was, but also a founder and the largest stockholder. It was something to be proud of. Once I’d been a professor of philosophy at a small coll...