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This is an article by Dorothy M. Richardson (1873-1957), published originally in Adelphi, 1 (Apr. 1924): 990-996. In her main work, "Pilgrimage", Dorothy Richardson experimented with punctuation in order to promote "creative collaboration" with the reader. This here are her own reflections on this matter. [Suggest a different description.]
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