"This is the Title of This Story, Which Is Also Found Several Times in the Story Itself" by David Moser.
David Moser, a noted writer of self-referential stories, demonstrates in this story a satirical style describing how the writer and the writing process itself can interfere with the finished product. David Moser's argument, that writers can better serve their readers by subtracting mundane details and sticking to the fine points of the story, is overshadowed by the verbosity of his own story.
One of the first things that came to my mind when I began reading this story was that the style was far too confusing for several reasons. First, several passages in the article tend to be redundant…
- "This is the Title of This Story, Which Is Also Found Several Times in the Story Itself" by David Moser.
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