No.116. Wolf on the Tracks. There were times--and they were on the increase--when he began to suspect that his vision of an Agit-Prop Art Train were grandiose, narcissistic and, worst of all, childish. This growing restlessness of his was sadly but profoundly deepened by repeated visits to his studio by his least favourite art critic, Wolf Blitzen. Blitzen always succeeded in reducing his beloved railway dream to the product of some overexcited little boys' playtime, recalibrating his exquisitely designed railway cars into clumsy toy wagons, and making him feel like a clown in the process. Clearly, Wolf had to go. But how was he going to manage that? .

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