Peculiar Hallelujah

A short, fast, and brilliant dash that takes you from an explosion in downtown Kansas City, through the vision traumas of 29.9 year old Elizabeth, to a madcap finish that doesn’t seem possible, and then might not be. You’ll say to yourself I have it, then you’ll see that you don’t, and in the end you’ll wonder how you could have missed it. Peculiar Hallelujah is a celebration of ¬†language – and mischief. Find out what that means for a young Elizabeth, and for her even younger friend, Hallelujah.


Can you find the three references to this famous painting in Peculiar Hallelujah?


Ocular Disorders

The eyes cannot adjust for seeing at different distances because of a missing lens.

The eyes are not both directed toward the same point.

Cortical Visual Impairment
The eyes are normal, but the brain cannot process visual information correctly.

Retinitis Pigmentosa
Degeneration of the retina causes decreased night vision, and a slow loss of central vision.

Rare vision disorder in which a person has little or no ability to see color.





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