Peter Montgomery wrote:
> Indeed. He's sabotaging a whole perceptual system
> by framing fragments within the more traditional
> structure and then suddenly breaking from the structure
> so that the fragments are freed to be themselves.
> It is the death knell of traditional, coherent prose,
> as Joyce so amply and magnificently displayed --
> and (who's afraid of) Virginia Woolf didn't do a bad job
Actually, Charles Dickens didn't do a bad job either. The first
paragraph of _Bleak House_ does not contain a single complete sentence.
One could write a whole dissertation just on that paragraph.