Entering a Story

"I told you not to concern yourself over the outcome of the conflict. There will be no outcome. the procedure will maintain itself until it is replaced by another less familiar and more complicated. The prime nature of the question is a repetition that, through saturation and standing wave duration, eventually results in statement. Next to the list was tacked a manuscript casting a fictional light on the origin of the square in a fictional light."

Coolidge, Mine: The One That Enters the Stories

Now that I've entered this paragraph, as if mere information entered into "the square" typing screen of Blogger, I wonder what one makes of the title. The one "that" enters, or the one "who" enters? The "who" becomes "that," an object among objects in space, "in a fictional light," one certainly gathers.