Sunday, March 18, 2007

Reading Fiction

On one of my library listserv's today...

Personally, I love nothing better than to curl up
by the fire with a nice self-reflexive narrative
spatial ravelling whose semoitic square includes
a lot of represented perception, with a
pseudo-iterative frequency (no syllepses or
prolepses, thank you very much!)/ I'm probably
the ultimate postulated reader for a doubly (or
variably internal) focalized prospective
posterior narration by one or more unreliable
ficelles, just so long as the phatic function of
the narrativics doesn't stray too far from the
etic approach of the intradiegetic hermeneuteme.

David Wright, librarian

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