Throwing out ideas and chains of tangential concepts the text raises plenty of questions but the narrator never tackles these head on, choosing instead to circumlocute. Passing through forgotten byways of human knowledge, the narrator gives advice on the correct etiquette or protocol in dealing with vanished cultural norms…

The world as described by Schwarz is not a stage, on which every man must play a part, but rather a steady series of accretions, each contingent and true only in so far as the totality hangs together.

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