Given the Choice
In Don Webb’s A Pronoun Away: The essay does not consider super-distinctive pronouns, such as ones that identify various types of sexual orientation or preference. Why might it not do so? What different super-distinctions might pronouns make?
In Natan Dubovitsky’s Near Zero:
- How does the author justify the radical change of scene between chapters 41 and 42?
- How does Sister Epifania fit in with the previous allusions to religion in the novel?
In Bill Kowaleski’s Miles Learns the Truth: What are the comic elements in this chapter? For example, how might borrowing Homer’s standard epithet “rosy-fingered dawn” provide a clue to the overall tone of the chapter?
In J. H. Malone’s Drunk on Time, part 6: Does Saul’s trial run with Liesl’s space-time scanner function in any way that is substantially different from imagination?
In Robert Balentine, Jr.’s The Overview Effect: Is the immersion tank experience really necessary? What normal function has been lacking in the narrator’s marriage?
In Dean S. Withers’s Rebranding: How do the dogs know to come and sign in as guests at the hotel?
In Gary Inbinder’s Gluttons and Jackals: Who might the “gluttons and jackals” be in terms of current history?
What is a Bewildering Stories Challenge?