"The Narratorial Poetics of the Run-On Sentence: An Elaborately Constructed Post-Structural Excuse for Twilight’s Relentless Destruction of the English Language"
— Cause sentences like this need an excuse: “Ever since my former best friend (and werewolf), Jacob Black, had informed on me about the motorcycle I’d been riding on the sly — a betrayal he had devised in order to get me grounded so that I couldn’t spend time with my boyfriend (and vampire), Edward Cullen — Edward had been allowed to see me only from seven till nine-thirty p.m., always inside the confines of my home and under the supervision of my dad’s unfailingly crabby glare.”
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  2. fralusans-ana-marein said: Proust!
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