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  1. Jun 2015
    1. giant synaesthetic experience mobilizing sight, sounds, smells and touch in order to gain a full and complete appreciation of the spectacle

      Reminds me of an article by J.G. Harris The Smell of Macbeth where he writes about use of stage direction and specific odors that complemented different scenes--sulfury smells of burnt rosin powder to suggest hell. Shakespeare Quarterly, Volume 58, Number 4, Winter 2007, pp. 465-486 (Article)