Tag Archives: Pierre Menard

Notes on Literature: A Very Brief Note on Postmodernism

While postmodernism may seem like a product of the latter half of the Twentieth Century, it is in many ways a throwback to more ancient forms of storytelling. The blurring of identities and of the line between fact and fiction, … Continue reading

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Notes on Literature: The Possibilities of Fantasy

My previous post got me thinking about the need for fantasy as a genre and the possibilities that it opens up. Why do we need fantasy? What is the intention of an author in setting his-her tale in a fantastic … Continue reading

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Notes on Literature, Movies, Writing, and Blogging: The Romance of Unfinished Blog Posts and Suchlike Paraphernalia

The time is just ripe to abandon all semblances of modesty and humility and talk about a subject that has, over the almost two years that I’ve been blogging and the cumulative half a year I’ve been down with—what I … Continue reading

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