While learning of a new pseudogrenre called "experimental novels" I came across this interesting story about a fictional town that slowly outlaws increasing numbers of letters as they fall off the local stone monument commemorating the "creation" of the shortest sentence to use all 26 letters. The plot is ridiculous, and it of course becomes harder and harder to read the farther you go on, but it's a very creative way of communicating in a restricted fashion. I couldn't make it all the way through Gadsby, but this book was short and sweet... if a little ridiculous.