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- 28 10 2001 - 00:39 - katatonik

occasions of finding oneself in the texts of others

“The writer demonstrates an inability to express ideas, feelings, thoughts and words in a coherent shape. It is impossible to gauge what this story is about, as the author fails to give his story any sense of characterization, linear progression or logical shape. There is a tendency for the writer to go off on tangents without any thought to where they might lead. ... Ultimately, there is no sense in the story as it has a complete disregard for structure.” (source)

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