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Conrad Aiken writes that Faulkner's writing is "a persistent offering of obstacles, a calculated system of screens and obtrusions, of confusions and ambiguous interpolations and delays with one express purpose; and that purpose is simply to keep the form--and the idea--fluid and unfinished, still in motion, as it were, and unknown, until the dropping to place of the very last syllable" (138).
The situation becomes more chaotic when we consider the increasing redundancy of knowledge and the rampant proliferation of misinformation and disinformation, to say nothing of social concerns with pornography, copyright violations, and other flagrant obtrusions into personal rights.
Taxpayer representatives are trained to resist obtrusions of IRS agents into businesses and homes.