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“A woman who tries to find her foothold in public sphere often finds slander lavished on her to curb her growth.what happened next? in a story line But now this urge feels more like a reflection of the spirit of the age than a matter of one-offs popping up here and there This is true not just in books but generallythroughout the arts Think of the visual artsand the kind of referencing and quotation we find in the modernists (Picasso)then practised upon the modernists with even more vigour by their successors (Hockney on Picasso) Think of the moviesand the reworking of old titles from within the same culture (too numerous to mention)or lifted from others (Asian into Americanfor example) When we look at the bigger pictureand place all these different kinds of mash-ups side by side in our minds eyeit seems likely that something fundamental is happening Something that amounts to a big question about the authenticity of a stable text Can such a thing be said to exist anymore Academics have had their doubts for yearsannouncing the death of the authorthe impossibility of narrative omniscience and whatnot Now general readerswhose own routine practice (thanks to the online world) is at once more interactive and more volatileare getting in on the act The best sequels do not intend to finish whatever stories they tackle because they think they are somehow incomplete They are instead based on the assumption that no story is ever finished and present themselves as a chunk of lifenot as complete and rounded histories The writer is a former poet laureate of Britain His most recent novel is Silver, We miss you lots.