What do you think of the question from The Well-Educated Mind that Mrs. Bauer suggests in the third inquiry, p. 81:
Is this novel self-reflective? Is this even possible? Can stories about people convey truth? Can written words really communicate something meaningful about existence?
And later she asks, "Does it call attention to...the acts of reading and writing?"
So is this question only focusing on the reading and writing that takes place within a story? Or is there something more?
I am curious how other WEMers are answering this question.