CONTEST: James Wood Mad Lib #1

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The following is a quote from How Fiction Works by James Wood.

It’s missing one word, used twice.

Guess the missing word, and we’ll give you a prize so awesome it hasn’t even been invented yet. For reals.

Let’s go!

“I confess to an ambivalence about ____________ in fiction. I relish it, consume it, ponder it. […] But I choke on too much ____________.”

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3 Responses to CONTEST: James Wood Mad Lib #1

  1. fictionadvocate

    For example, if I didn’t already know the answer, I might guess “carbon monoxide.” You can ponder it, relish it, and eventually choke on it. But that’s two words. So maybe I’d guess “ornithology.” Or “playa-hatin”. There is no limit to the number of guesses you can make.

  2. Carrie M

    “foot fetish” – two words, I know.
    “fiction”
    “jelly”
    “James Wood”

  3. fictionadvocate

    I think we all choke on too much foot fetish, Carrie M. Right about when the ankle goes in.

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