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"We recall Valéry’s disdainful holding up of the phrase ‘the marquise went out at five o’clock’ as an example of bad nineteenth-century storytelling. And if the modernist probed the arbitrariness of such narrative choices, the postmodernist laughed in the face of the need even to choose." Nick Liptrot • PN Review

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