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Alex's Question

Wittgenstein's Mistress is an incredibly unique piece of work that talks about so much, yet nothing at all. Even the narrator seems to recognize this as she says "I do wish that last sentence had some meaning, since it certainly came close to impressing me for a moment" (126). This seems to be her feelings about most things throughout the novel. What was Markson's intent when he wrote this book?