Scott defines writing as a conversation that is no doubt linked to early militant years, when many of people could not, would not, separate the struggle for changing the world from the struggle for finding the appropriate language to engage that world. Among other things, if a story operates some kind of conjuncture between affect and the social, then, in terms of expressing our evolving subjectivities, both the question of the shape of the sentence and the relationship between sentences are crucial. Furthermore, people are in the habit of advancing mid the contradictions of languages clashing or float hysterically over: Locomotion is a little derailed by the back-and-forth of constant translation.
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