There’s a line from a song.
Alan Asnen

Sorry, but I was thinking you might want to know of one or two contemporaries who do just that in their work, IMO. Paul Auster (and you can see it well in “Auggie Marsh’s Christmas Story” as well as most of his work) and William Vollmann (it’s very easy to catch in his fiction and non-fiction, but easiest in his short stories, collected in books like “The Butterfly Stories”). Of course, you DON’T see it as much in people like Pynchon, who I love (but I’m very eclectic in my tastes). Back to work, now, for both of us…

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