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The Book of Ten Nights and a Night Eleven StoriesTh a nubile muse named WYSIWYG What You See Is What You Get The two lovers debate the meaning and relevance of writing and storytelling in the wake of disaster telling a new tale each night in the tradition of Scheherazade. I bought this book because I was really in love with the story Click Still my favorite although I can't recall what any of the other stories are about

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Long career the collection spans his entire range of styles from straightforward narrative to experimental metafiction In the time immediately following September 11 2001 the veteran writer Graybard spends eleven nights wi. The framework was great but the stories I found tedious at times A number of the stories are about how little story it really takes to make a story so we're riding the boundary between sort of a story and really not a story all the time I liked 9999 because it didn't have that same self consciousness and I liked the resolution of Click because of the concept of the Centre of Narrative Gravity In a made up story the author's narrative viewpoint; in real life in the world however the self itself Which is uncannily close to the concept of the Centre of Awareness which is the physical place in you that feels like you and is another unconventional way to define the selfThe end of the book redeems the rest

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DOWNLOAD º The Book of Ten Nights and a Night: Eleven Stories ☆ The Book of Ten Nights and a Night offers both a keen introduction to the genius of John Barth and a deeply human argument for the enduring value of literature Gathering stories written throughout this postmodern master's long career the collection spans hThe Book of Ten Nights and a Night offers both a keen introduction to the genius of John Barth and a deeply human argument for the enduring value of literature Gathering stories written throughout this postmodern master's. I had never read John Barth before I this I was drawn to try something of his because of the influence he had on DFW The Book of Ten Nights and a Night is a compelling meditation on the function of story in a post 119 world Throw in amongst these meditations are some truly phenomenal stories 9999 and The Rest of your Life were my two favourties from the collection