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>On Wed, 20 Oct 1994, Patrick B. Bjork wrote concerning my earlier comment on
>PULP FICTION:
 
>Yes, a very interesting point because it underscores the self-reflexive
>nature of the film--that, in fact, this is an artist's reality, and a
>metafictional one at that. Structurally, it reminded me very much of
>Kundera's _The Unbearable Lightness of Being_.
 
The book, the film, both?  I'm afraid I haven't read the book and it's been
some years since I've seen the film and I don't recall any temporal
fiddling except for a gap of some months or years towards the end.  Could
you please elaborate? Many thanks.
 
--Richard
 
Richard J. Leskosky
Unit for Cinema Studies, UIUC
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