The Archaeologists, Chapter 2: Hal—Thursday, April 10

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Who's talking now?

No quotation marks makes reading tiresome. I have to reread things to keep straight who is talking and who is not. Read Blindness if you really want the experience of reading without punctuation. It's like you are blind, feeling along the sentences, trying to make sense of things. This isn't as bad, but it's like reading without one eye shut. Tiresome. I don't want to be a bad quest either, but, "Seriously?"
I said that.

Moira Thompson 158 days ago

No Quote Marks?

Quote marks give us sound. This is like reading the titles running at the bottom of a silent film. I don't want to be a bad guest, but...

G. Miki Hayden 173 days ago

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