A triptych (from the Greek adjective τρίπτυχονtriptukhon” (“three-fold”), from tri, i.e., “three” and ptysso, i.e., “to fold” or ptyx, i.e., “fold”) is a work of art that is divided into three sections that are hinged together. The middle panel is typically the largest and it is flanked by two smaller related works.

Day 1: The Past

Day 2: The Present

Day 3: The Future

Day 1: The Day Of The Jobs

Day 2: The Day Of The Book

Day 3: The Day Of The Dead

Day 1: Why?

Day 2: What?

Day 3: When?

Day 1: Them

Day 2: Us

Day 3: Us & Them

Day 1: Money, Money, Money

Day 2: Paperback Writer

Day 3: Light My Fire

Day 1: Capitalism

Day 2: Communism

Day 3: Socialism

Day 1: Birth, School

Day 2: Work

Day 3: Death

Day 1: Initiations

Day 2: Revelations

Day 3: Illuminations

Day 1: The First Estate

Day 2: The Second Estate

Day 3: The Third Estate

Day 1: Black-E

Day 2: Bombed Out Church

Day 3: The Florrie

Day 1: Ice Kream

Day 2: Soup

Day 3: Barbecue

Day 1: Trial

Day 2: Sentence

Day 3: Execution

Day 1: The Hearing

Day 2: The Reading

Day 3: The Ritual

Day 1: The Release of the Perch

Day 2: The Struggle of the Perch

Day 3: The Capture of the Perch

Day 1: Expostion

Day 2: Complication

Day 3: Resolution

Day 1: Protasis

Day  2: Epitasis

Day 3: Catastrophe

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