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Old November 21st, 2012, 10:10 AM   #63 (permalink)
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If you've ever read Faulkner you know that his sentences are longer than the Nile filled with about fifty stupid similes and metaphors describing the most mundane features in the scene in such excruciating detail that you begin to think that sitting on a Spanish Inquisition rack, the splintery wood poking and scraping you in the back like a bed of nails while the chains pull your shoulders out of their sockets more efficiently than a fat man pulls chicken bones apart might be a better use of your time, which runs very slowly, as slow as honey outside in a cold January morning, or the plot of one of his novels.
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