An Essay on Wittgenstein's Mistress in the Style of Wittgenstein's Mistress Essay by Ted Gioia
Late in the course of David Markson’s quirky novel, the equally quirky narrator Kate decides that perhaps she should write a novel too.
But then Kate hesitates because, as she notes, any novel she might write would have only character—and who would want to read a book with just one character?
Wittgenstein’s Mistress is a novel with just one character.
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