Anacoluthia, A Short Story

"Anacoluthia," he mused.

His attempts to explain his project of acquiring the superpower of bilocation were always marred by anacoluthia, in that--well, he was just--he could never quite figure out how to describe his method.

He knew it couldn't be madness. He just knew it.

Contrary to prevailing opinion, it was a crisis of articulation. Not epistemology.

Of that he was quite certain.

September 2, 2010


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