blank door


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blank door

1. A recess in a wall, having the appearance of a door; usually used for symmetry of design.
2. A door which has been sealed off but is still visible.
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Like Gatsby's failure to fulfill his fairy-tale role as Daisy's knight-in-shining-armor, Plath's anachronistic knight "finds ogres out-of-date and dragons unheard/ of." Fitzgerald's Jay Gatsby is unable to coax his lady Daisy from the dragon Tom, finding only death beyond the Stocktonian "doom's blank door" as Wilson murders him in a fit of misdirected rage.
Walking long, blank hallways that display only practical light fixtures and blank doors is not an inviting or inspiring experience.
Make your own, or buy blank doors and paint them to suit you.