Self's nonlinear, stream-of-consciousness
narrative slips between characters and eras without warning--sometimes within a single sentence--and lacks paragraph breaks, quotation marks, and chapters.
dialogues sometimes seem like half-baked thoughts put out there for the world to read.
At the same time it's not stream-of-consciousness
." When asked about the inspiration behind the contemplative, droning tune "You Are Chains," Curtis replies, "Immediately what comes to mind is this complex image, feeling, emotion.
Investigating the processes that occurs in stream-of-consciousness
thought that leads to happiness could uncover the very secret of happiness.
His style is the surreal stream-of-consciousness
flight of fancy, prompted by where he's performing, quirks of his audience's behaviour - in fact anything that enters his head.
Parts of the book are written in a stream-of-consciousness
style and Frey uses repetition and dispenses with punctuation to get his points across.
Each poem depicts an image of some aspect of existence (Life, Death and Eternity) in vivid, stream-of-consciousness
However, Wideman's stream-of-consciousness
writing style, replete with fragmented sentences, makes for difficult reading.
Each character contributed his or her by turns frightened, angry, and frustrated voice to a stream-of-consciousness
dialogue as haunting and delirious as a Guy Maddin cult classic, as fevered and oracular as Werner Herzog's Heart of Glass.
* Next, have each side respond to this scenario: Suppose Matthew Parent was a 30year-old artist, whose stream-of-consciousness
"free writing" had been published in a literary magazine.
That in-character, stream-of-consciousness
stuff always wears out Indications.
Dionne has ignored the medium's pesky conventions and indulged in a stream-of-consciousness
, bi-tonal filmic musing on things of universal concern.