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I dradted the pm over two days and then finally clicked send
And the internet was off
And the pm is gone
See this is why a chat is better
This is horrible
Summary of what I was going to type
No it's not just about perspective. The book is enjoyable because we can read it with a 21st century perspective which
has more mature thoughts than 17th century and yet chooses to restate the same words, but the meaning is not that of the
earlier and nor of the 21st century correction, but a new meaning of the author's own.
You'll think then is it possible read just any book without really having anyone to actually go through all the troubles
menard went through in writing the book? The answer this question 'is it possible to read it in this perspective'
requires as much efforts as menard took. With all the references mentioned in point two, which point out to possibility
of "logically constructing'' stuff that otherwise seems just random, Menanrd thought that Don Quixote could be
logically written by menard, he just worked through drafts and drafts till he found the correct perspective to read, and
hence to write it. And the fact that menard could write two chapters would assure the Quixote's readers that it is
indeed possible to read the book in a 20th century perspective.
The reply was way bigger but this is really all that I said there