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  1. The less is more approach is exhilarating. I recommend to you the stories of Lydia Davis, who shows, brilliantly, that to make a point is to ever so slightly elude it, allude to it, and turn it into a metaphor.
    This story is great because so much speaks between the lines. And that is what a reader wants, the words between the lines, that would not be obvious if it were not for existing lines.
    This might be the most generous advice I have ever given another writer, not as a writer, but as a reader.
    Thank you.

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