Re: bankruptcy exhaustion and closure
I was simply pointing out that to "try and imagine what people will believe or understand about it in a hundred years" was the same as "responding to fluid boundaries." You were being critical of an avant garde responding to fluid boundaries, yet your own argument was itself based on responding to a fluid boundary. It was also you who equated responding to a fluid boundary with responding to an unknown. From my perspective, all this pointed to flaws within your internal logic. I also just looked up 'ingenuine' in the dictionary and did not find the word. I took it to mean non-genuine, thus a non-genuine pretended, due to a sort-of double negative, turns out to be the real thing.
I raised the notion of liquid boundaries in addition to solid boundaries, and I was thinking specifically of how the virtual, as it is now-a-days manifest via the internet and cyberspace, is a liquid world in addition to the solid real world. The notion of solid bound and liquid bound realms is not relegated to a combination of the internet and the real, however, for your response is a perfect example of how the solid and the liquid (fluid) coexist, albeit, you yourself were not even aware of utilizing the 'boundaries' of both realms.
The nature of liquid/fluid boundaries appears to be a topic worth further hashing out.
CÚsar Aira's The Hare, because he's supposedly "The Duchamp of Latin American literature."
Lynne Tillman's The Complete Madame Realism and Other Stories. So far, "She could have been biding her time ot protecting it. All ideas are married." Then, calendracally coincident, "Anything can be a transitional object. No one spoke of limits, they spoke of boundaries. And boundaries shift, she thought, like ones do after a war when countries lose or gain depending upon having won or lost. Power has always determined right."