Lit Trans 254 12.15

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Lit Trans 254 12/15 Sandokan - Stream of consciousness - Its almost as though he’s just writing as the thoughts come to his mind. - Its as though he is just writing what shouldn’t be said so it is rushed and whispered. - Writing without constraints. Pure thought. - Free thought and free expression. Writing a language that wants to be free. - He goes North at the end. - When you take the punctuation away you make the reader a co-author. It is a collaboration. - Getting readers to think in a liberated way. - what are the things that punctuate our lives? Unusual way to think of punctuation. - The narrator gives you the information for you to make sense of the story. - Narrator is omniscient – offers clarity and certainty in text - he lives a very chaotic life and he needs to make sense of everything. However, he doesn’t - we don’t get a sense that there is an unofficial or official social institution (ex: school, police) that brings organization to his life. The state its self contributes to the chaotic life
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This note was uploaded on 12/18/2011 for the course LIT. TRANS 254 taught by Professor Rumble during the Fall '11 term at Wisconsin.

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