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What will happen now, and not in the future of this crazy map of a crazy chapter? It will happen that the man with no name finds nothing interesting and so it decide to return... Damn, I'm still in the brick number five. Ok, the man with no name finds a diary in the grass. Of course, being intrigued, he decides to pick it up and read it. I can understand if this seems to you not only boring, but also stupid, because he is already reading the book about the man who walks in the cornfield, so having another stuff to read inside the main book could be pretty annoying. Let's go on. The man... what? There is no "but"? No, there is no "but", indeed. You're right, all this is boring and annoying. Or... (there is an "or", actually) you may discover (in a near future) that this brick-scenarious setting could lead to interesting events in the following sub-chapters. Eheh, that's right, I have good ideas in mind.
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The man with no name found out that the diary was about a girl who is (or was) nihilist. And that was pretty interesting for him (being a pantheist) and also for the reader of this book (yes, the main book), because we somehow managed to connect all this crappy chapter to its title.
Also, maybe it's not so bad that there are seven bricks, because this forest and the idea of the diary seems pretty cool.
Well, the man with no... wait, it makes sense that the man with no name takes this diary and brings it with him, so this brick will not serve as a "checkpoint" anymore. So, different things could happen here, maybe that he goes back in his house to read the diary, but then what? The idea was that the seven brick is the one where he sould go back home. Ok, the man with no name decided to not bring the diary with him but to hide it under a rock because it's very dirt and he didn't like the idea of placing it in his room. Uhm... this sucks? No, c'mon, it's plausible.
The pantheist would have liked to read the diary just right now, but it was also getting dark...
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