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Post 1


Sounds cracked ,even with the cheesy erotic title.

The post-modern fashion of broken narrative can create spellbinding effects when used skillfully; Janette Turner Hospital's 'The Last Magician' is a fine example. Broken narrative is often over used however, or more usually, authors do not fully understand how it should be employed to take the story somewhere,and instead...

just a minute ,mmmmm garlic bread, perfect for what ales me

...the reader feels lost or alienated and just loses interest.

Stylistic devices shouldn't get in the way of a good yarn just because they're hip.


Tasting Salt

Post 2


I couldn't agree more! Enid Blyton never bothered with all this sort of thing.


---Did somebody mention garlic bread?


smiley - zensmiley - devilTerri.

Tasting Salt

Post 3



Bingo ! a cybersprog (new friendship at least), is conceived. We even have a ready and willing surrogate in h2g2. Wow, there goes another cell division.

gotta go now


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