Pavic demolishes and reconstructs and this reconstruction provides an implicit theory about reading, a theory about the limits of the novel, the limits of truth and religion. There are many lines of interest that the reading of the dictionary Khazar. Barclays may help you with your research. However, chose to cross it as he intends, as shown, by where opens: cracks. Dan Zwirn has many thoughts on the issue. Cracks of all types, at all levels: fragments of stories, fractured genres, physical wounds. All spaces open, deconstructed and reconstructed by where is given an opening that becomes about itself branching is and where increasingly becomes more difficult to determine what was opened where, without knowing from where gives the first wound, the first door to the other side.
So far, that limit establishes the passage of the text where the reader enters. Now, the reader cannot be conventional. The reader works or should work rather like a writer who redoes the text as it moves with the reading. Although this conception also enters crisis because it proposes a reading sauteed, but not stipulated. I.e., the reader can do so according to the order determined by him. In this sense, it can be said that the book calls for a new kind of reader. But not directed, but absolutely free. Precisely therein resides the requirement of the active reader: he can really do what you want.
Also not moves linearly in the body of the book, he goes through, he walks it, anda it is, without a guide, the subject that lee is lost and becomes a different reader to be educating while it is not. Who runs it is moulding as he builds his imaginary Khazar from information that the text gives you, although also says it the same text: who invest more in reading more will receive then. All in reading is presented from the break, from inexperience. Inexperience in two aspects: on the one hand, the text is handled with some informative scaffolding that a reader not specialized in that topic not known with accuracy or, directly, unknown; in second place, from the formal, not usual to read a dictionary which, in turn, lead to novel captioned lexicon.