I think >>343
was called out as an example for >>329
to follow: saying the artist, the title, and a description. >>329
don't name what they point to; >>335
mentions the soundtrack to a certain game, so a reader might be able to find it, but it's sufficient as a name only if it doesn't have an explicit name. >>329
don't describe what they point to.I won't say whether >>341 has a medical condition whose some aspects some persons misconstrue as rudeness. To avoid misunderstanding, generally understandable literarities are preferred; describing an inference in a quote, then describing an inference, is not generally understandable.
Regina Spektor's 2001 song titled ``Pavlov's Daughter'' is about your downstairs neighbor listening to you: take out your garbage, have sex with your girlfriend, have sex with yourself, go to sleep—at which time they get bored and go to sleep too. The music suggests that they are masturbating while listening to your every move. But it's from their perspective: very sensual. http://board.reginaspektor.com/topic/4727-pavlovs-daughter/
has a messageboard thread about this song.