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Where Three Roads Meet

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Where Three Roads Meet is a book of three metafictional novellas by American writer John Barth, published in 2005. "Tell Me" tells of a love triangle between three "Freds": undergraduates Wilfred, Alfred, and Winifred. "I've Been Told: A Story's Story" is a highly metatextual story of a story telling itself. "As I Was Saying ..." is told from the point of view of three elderly sisters remembering how they had long ago inspired a novelist to produce a "once-notorious and controversial but now virtually forgotten masterwork".[1]

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  • Friedell, Deborah (2005-12-25). "If This Were a Headline". The New York Times. Retrieved 2016-02-14.


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