1. How are fonts first discussed in the book?
Fonts are first discussed in the book when multiple types are used to distinguish which source the author is writing about or using material from throughout the book.
2. How does the author first describe surrealism in the book?
The author first describes surrealism in the book as being an artistic movement that greatly influenced Europe and that he felt ambivalent towards but it influenced the writing of this book.
3. How is Theodor Adorno first described in the book?
Theodor Adorno is first described in the book as being a continental philosopher who used a literary construct called the constellation, which the author uses in the book to separate various subjects from each other.
4. How does the author first describe a convolute in the book?
The author first describes convolutes as a literary construct used in the book as a way of placing a group of notes on one subject with each other rather than with all other ideas together.
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