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Lurking somewhere behind these invented books is an anxiety. Any writer walking through a dusty row of library stacks, or glancing at a title on Amazon with a sales rank in the mid-millions, feels the insignificance of his or her endeavor. Why write more? Generating titles for an invisible library is perhaps the unconscious acknowledgment of this depressing reality. And in the end, as even our hazy notions of literary history suggest, one can ask whether such invented books are any less real than the titles lost forever at Alexandria — or those residing on your Kindle when it goes dark.
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