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on 4 March 2014
This is all very witty but Adair betrays his reader to a certain extent in that he leads her on to think she is reading a conventional narrative and then lets it dissolve into literary theory. It depends on what you wanted- if you have invested a certain amount of interest and engagement in a story, the frisson of being told that it is all fantasy isn't as pleasurable as finishing the story would have been. There is a certain contempt for the reader in this kind of writing. Being self-referential doesn't have to be cruel- Sir Gawain and the Green Knight does it much better.
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