dalemark and linear thought. - faults escaped
hannibal at thegates.fsbusiness.co.uk
Fri Jul 25 06:53:12 EDT 2003
Please ignore the following in previous hastily-sent post:
The second 'which' in -
> b) Stories in which a series of straightforwardly chronological events
> is neverthless *told* out of order, using flashbacks, flashforwards, etc.
> for reasons of narrative technique (i.e. to increase the reader's
> excitement, tension, surprise, etc.) (e.g. Lord of the Rings)
The whole of -
> Books that have a thesis about a) time (Red Shift), b) memory (shall we
> A la Recherche)And that again is of course different from a book about a
> series of events told in the order of those events.
Which (I hope obviously but I'm sorry to bother you with it) was an
undeleted bit from my first draft!
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