I'm not sure I have the guts to write my novel on-line. It's something I'm still thinking about, though. I've also been thinking about W's method as reflected in remark 49, which I will write about in the morning. Because I have felt the need to understand what Wittgenstein was working against in the Investigations, I have been doing a little reading about Russell's logical atomism. Russell, though admirable in many respects (though he appears to have been a beast to women), seems fundamentally off target to me with the notion that logic can reduce the world to understandability. Which is of course where W's idea of meaning as use comes in. Anyway, more on this in the morning.
Christopher Robinson & Joseph Duemer read Wittgenstein's Philosophical Investigations