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The Myth of Eternal Return, Demonstrated: Exploring The Boundaries of Nanofiction

The Myth of Eternal Return, Demonstrated: Exploring The Boundaries of Nanofiction

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A Nanofiction Story, a complete story in one sentence (and a title), is proposed that is mot capable of being shortened. An illustration is included just to fill the page.
A Nanofiction Story, a complete story in one sentence (and a title), is proposed that is mot capable of being shortened. An illustration is included just to fill the page.

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Published by: Bill AKA "Kenosis23" on Nov 30, 2010
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Bill AKA "Kenosis23" added this note
I have conceived of a Nano-story -- a complete story in one sentence -- of no words at all, just the title, but perhaps that is pushing minimalism to the point of absurdity. I think I will change my Bio on SCRIBD to "A man of Few Words." (Is a sentence of zero words even a sentence?)
mohansuramya7228 added this note
The "again?" hints at frustration with the ying-yang process of eternal return. Neitzche's Steppenwolf, however, would sample all of life's horrors and yet delight at the idea of "again". From your other writings, I would have thought you closer to Steppenwolf but, may be, that's not quite the case or this upload is an exception or, as is also likely, my understanding of this one is not quite corr
Jean-Pierre Latina added this note
Eternal return : now
Alikat747 added this note
Encore!
Bill AKA "Kenosis23" added this note
Shyam, thanks for visiting and rating!
Carl F Maulbeck added this note
anew - renew
Steve U added this note
! (An experiment in nano-commenting.)
Bill AKA "Kenosis23" added this note
The illustration I've used is titled "Heaven & Hell"
Bill AKA "Kenosis23" added this note
I have uploaded another version which has a different title, which I hope will be clearer, and added a note about what I was attempting. (SCRIBD seems to sometimes miss reporting new versions.)

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