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Right now, [[Inanimate objects]] is actually the opposite of what that title implies... in that it contains *animate* objects (Muppet rocks, plants, furniture; they speak or move and so on). The other pages (toys/transitional objects) are basically for those that remain just objects, outside of the occasional animated or dream sequence.
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Right now, [[Inanimate objects]] is actually the opposite of what that title implies... in that it contains *animate* objects (Muppet rocks, plants, furniture; they speak or move and so on). The other pages (toys/transitional objects) are basically for those that remain just objects, outside of the occasional animated or dream sequence. (One reason there aren't any ''[[The Christmas Toy]]''/''[[The Secret Life of Toys]]'' characters on the inanimate toys list).
   
 
I think I like the idea of keeping "inanimate toys" and doing a subsection or just addressing it in the text (although a few, like the blankets and [[Rocco]], are more clearly transitional objects than toys).
 
I think I like the idea of keeping "inanimate toys" and doing a subsection or just addressing it in the text (although a few, like the blankets and [[Rocco]], are more clearly transitional objects than toys).

Latest revision as of 19:31, September 18, 2016

Right now, Inanimate objects is actually the opposite of what that title implies... in that it contains *animate* objects (Muppet rocks, plants, furniture; they speak or move and so on). The other pages (toys/transitional objects) are basically for those that remain just objects, outside of the occasional animated or dream sequence. (One reason there aren't any The Christmas Toy/The Secret Life of Toys characters on the inanimate toys list).

I think I like the idea of keeping "inanimate toys" and doing a subsection or just addressing it in the text (although a few, like the blankets and Rocco, are more clearly transitional objects than toys).

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