Speaking of Ulysses, which we just did in an hour, and of Molly Bloom’s final epic sentence (or pair thereof; oh, that sounds like a suitably Joycean spot of racy, eh?) speaking of these things, our man David Abel alerts us to these pieces by Ed Park about Very Long Sentences in literature:
1. One Sentence Says It All
2. The Art of the Very Long Sentence
And hey, if you haven’t checked out Czech novelist Bohumil Hrabal, you’re missing out. Our experience is with the astounding Too Loud a Solitude (Příliš hlučná samota).