Михаил Назаренко (petro_gulak) wrote,
Михаил Назаренко
petro_gulak

A self-referential story

A story by David Moser...
This Is the Title of This Story, Which Is Also Found Several Times in the Story Itself
This is the first sentence of this story. This is the second sentence. This is the title of this story, which is also found several times in the story itself. This sentence is questioning the intrinsic value of the first two sentences. This sentence is to inform you, in case you haven't already realized it, that this is a self-referential story, that is, a story containing sentences that refer to their own structure and function. This is a sentence that provides an ending to the first paragraph.
This is the first sentence of a new paragraph in a self-referential story. This sentence is introducing you to the protagonist of the story, a young boy named Billy. This sentence is telling you that Billy is blond and blue-eyed and American and twelve years old and strangling his mother. This sentence comments on the awkward nature of the self-referential narrative form while recognizing the strange and playful detachment it affords the writer. As if illustrating the point made by the last sentence, this sentence reminds us, with no trace of facetiousness, that children are a precious gift from God and that the world is a better place when graced by the unique joys and delights they bring to it.

И т.д.
Это предложение, в котором я благодарю avva за ссылку.
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    Надписи города К.: апдейт 2011/2021. Рожи города К.: детская площадка в локдауне.

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    Ну, и где наши одиннадцать "Оскаров"? (Операторская работа - vika_garna.)

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