The Canon is a series of short stories, almost exclusively composed of sex and violence.
The table on the left is the narrative presentation of the Canon. Read left to right, ignoring the rows.
The table on the right is the way the Canon is grouped – rows being a character; columns a leitmotif. Reading left to right along a row would follow the path of a single character; reading top to bottom would follow a leitmotif across different characters.
The Canon is not canonical. I retcon whenever I feel like it.
The Canon is an exercise in which each story is an elaborate construction, set within an elaborate construction. Each story is thus a whole, and part of a whole; a riddle, and part of a riddle.