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disjointed

(dĭs-join′tĭd)
adj.
1. Separated at the joints.
2. Out of joint; dislocated.
3. Lacking order or coherence: disjointed sentences.

dis·joint′ed·ly adv.
dis·joint′ed·ness n.
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To accomplish this, Streiberger must lay the spirit of a particular strain of "chronological disjointedness" which has controlled how the Masters and their duties were perceived and how these distortions have warped seriously much Elizabethan theater history.
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The result is not complete meaninglessness, but rather a sense of disjointedness. The reader, trying to catch the seemingly ever beginning continuity, is frustrated almost constantly.
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This apparent disjointedness, however, is explained by Lopez to be an inherent quality of aesthetic works created post-slavery.
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