boxology


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boxology

(graphics)
/bok-sol'*-jee/ ASCII art.

This term implies a more restricted domain, that of box-and-arrow drawings. "His report has a lot of boxology in it."

Compare macrology.
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Indeed, this kind of 'boxology' could never do so, as a matter of principle.
On the structural level, the story's asymmetrical alternations between rescue efforts and boxology are all prefaced by an odd section heading, "1," from the start.
He even has a word for the way he boxes in such fights - he calls it 'Boxology'.