User:Lyrithya/UnBooks:Vagueness as an Art Form

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There is nothing particularly artistic about vagueness in the general sense. Only when applied in a manner sufficiently meaningfully meaningless can it even begin to broach the boundaries of 'Art', but the more vague the substance, the less definitive the Art.

edit Ambiguity

  • Omit 'that' and other specifiers
  • Garden path sentences
  • Recursive 'onion' sentences
  • Aim to confuse
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