We open with a shot of a fishing boat where a father and son work on tempting the fish with seductive offers of worms and minnows.
|Father:||It makes me happy to have my son come home from college and stay with us.|
|Son:||Ah, quit it.|
|Father:||No. Say something intelligent. I want to see what I got for my money.|
|Father:||No. Come on.|
|Son:||The essential language of a text is confusion, distraction, misappropriation, and disguise. Only by deconstructing the textual signifiers, assessing and reassessing the semiotic signposts, and then reconstructing a coherent yet divergent vision can we truly begin to apprehend and perhaps even comprehend the limits of our literary media.|
The son reels in his line ...