The Wendy the Wild Wolf Paradox Theory Edit

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1. IF Wendy did not find the book, would the story book still have existed?

2. IF the book in the story did not exist would the book that tells the story still be the same?

3. AS Wendy IS in the book, if Wendy destroyed the book, would Wendy still be in the book?

4. IF the book and note were not left for Wendy to find, would the end of the story still have existed?

5. IF the book got destroyed, would Wendy still have a story for the girls and boys?

6. AT THE END of the story it reads: 'remember this book must not be destroyed!' but if the book were destroyed, would that mean that there would be no story to begin with?

According to Wizzkid, the author of the story uses the following paradoxical theories: Bertrand Russell's Barber Paradox; The Bootstrap; and Causal Loop Paradoxes.

Wendy the Wild Wolf- This Book Must Not Be Destroyed Front
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