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Callahan's Crosstime Saloon par Spider Robinson

The Gunslinger (Dark Tower #1) par Stephen King

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory par Roald Dahl

The Adventures of Tom Sawyer par Mark Twain

The Story of Doctor Dolittle, Being the History of His Peculiar Life at Home and Astonishing Adventures in Foreign Parts par Hugh Lofting

The Star Beast par Robert A. Heinlein

Alphabet Of Thorn par Patricia A. McKillip

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À mon sujetAs of August 1, 2020, I was "Currently reading" five books, and their titles all started with the letter A, and this was not by design, but pure coincidence. (Aesop's Fables; Adios, America; Animal Farm; After the Golden Age; and Again, Dangerous Visions.) The proportion of A's in written English is 8.34%, so the probability of this happening is (0.0834)^5 which is about one in 248,000.

Oxford comma, yes or no? YES.
It has clarity, style, and respect for tradition.

Initiator of the most disgusting LT thread ever, world-famous secret agent, man-about-town, plague vector.

From another of my fans:
“Truly, you are a different kind of conservative... ranging in rabidity from issue to issue, but generally if there's an side to an issue that calls for high-swinery, it calls for thee.”

Warning! Contents memetically active! Ideohazard Ideohazard Ideohazard
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About the picture: A Squid on the Chessboard, by Anders Sandberg. Used with Dr. Sandberg’s kind permission. The caption that accompanies the picture in its original context:

Oscar Valparaiso had once imagined politics as a chess game. His kind of chess game. Pawns, knights, and queens, powers and strategies, ranks and files, black squares and white squares. Studying this tape had cured him of that metaphor. Because this phenomenon on the tape was not a chess piece. It was there on the public chessboard all right, but it wasn't a rook or a bishop. It was a wet squid, a swarm of bees. It was a new entity that pursued its own orthogonal agenda, and vanished into the silent interstices of a deeply networked and increasingly nonlinear society.
- Bruce Sterling, Distraction
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My tags "metafiction" and "book within a book" have some overlap, of course, e.g., Calvino's If on a winter's night a traveler, but obviously they are not the same. I am trying to maintain a certain degree of anal retentiveness fastidiousness about the distinction. For example, Get Shorty is tagged "metafiction" because it frequently makes elliptical comments on itself. E.g., the last paragraph contains a comment about how hard it is to write good endings. However, there is no book within that book. In contrast, The Spiderwick Chronicles would be "book within a book" (referring to the Field Guide) but not "metafiction" because it doesn't "break the fourth wall" or have other metafiction-y features. Of course, the line is hazy in some cases.

The "story within a story" tag is to be used when the "book within a book" tag doesn't apply. The "framing narrative" tag is for works like Boccaccio's Decameron, Valente's Orphan's Tales, etc.
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I'd like to thank, without implicating, timepiece and slickdpdx for html help!

À propos de ma bibliothèque"A man's library is a sort of harem." — Ralph Waldo Emerson

GroupesArr, me hearties!, Bookcases: If You Build/Buy Them, They Will Fill, Conspiracy Theorists, Cthulhu Mythos Homeschoolers, Economics, FantasyFans, Free State Project (FSP) Readers, Libertarian and Market Liberals, Libertarian Cooking, Locked Cage Death Match!voir tous les groupes

Auteurs préférésAlfred Bester, Jorge Luis Borges, Susanna Clarke, Neil Gaiman, Lev Grossman, Scott Hawkins, C. S. Lewis, Scott Lynch, Neal Stephenson, Bruce Sterling, Michael Swanwick, John Varley, Robert Anton Wilson (Favoris partagés)

Vrai nomDr. Apocalypse (note that's DOCTOR)

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Membre depuisDec 16, 2007

En cours de lectureLittle Brother par Cory Doctorow
Aesop's Fables par Aesop
Foucault's Pendulum par Umberto Eco
Again, Dangerous Visions: 46 Original Stories par Harlan Ellison

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