Sterling in 300 words

Bruce Sterling’s written a story using only the 300 most common words in the English language. It’s a little short on eyeball kicks, but the rhythm’s pretty tasty.

As many of you figured out, I had the wrong file pasted in. Below is the corrected text. Sorry. Busy day.

The of, and a to in, is you. That it? He for was on — are as with his they. At be this: “From I have, or by one had not; but what all were.” When we there can: an your which! Their said, “If do will each about, how up out them?” Then she many — some — so these would other into. Has more; her two, like him. See, time could no make than first.

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