Ambivalent Procedure in the Narrative of Co...
The futility of getting an explanation isn't worth the time and the effect of indifference is often mistaken for entropy .
It is with that in mind that when questioning the validity of the evidence you must take into account the person's ability to
3. Understand the ambivalence of an author who wishes to be obtuse.
It's with that in mind, you must break down the narrative, to utilise your grasp of language, subtext and the profound realisation that for it to be acknowledged , you must admit a culpability of the actions that have led to a point of utter indifference .
It is with that , when put into context, which opens your mind to other possibilities .
The reader must have the aforementioned ability. If not, then the possibility of understanding a narrative, no matter how "smart" the reader thinks they are ( emphasis on the smart), is an impossibility, no matter how many times the reader takes the written word onboard.