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    He took a sip of the drink. He wasn't sure whether he liked it or not, but at this moment it didn't matter. She had made it especially for him so he would have forced it down even if he had absolutely hated it. That's simply the way things worked. She made him a new-fangled drink each day and he took a sip of it and smiled, saying it was excellent.
    He knew what he was supposed to do. That had been apparent from the beginning. That was what made the choice so difficult. What he was supposed to do and what he would do were not the same. This would have been fine if he were willing to face the inevitable consequences, but he wasn't.
    The lone lamp post of the one-street town flickered, not quite dead but definitely on its way out. Suitcase by her side, she paid no heed to the light, the street or the town. A car was coming down the street and with he

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    f you're visiting this page, you're likely here because you're searching for a random sentence. Sometimes a random word just isn't enough, and that is where the random sentence generator comes into play. By inputting the desired number, you can make a list of as many random sentences as you want or need. Producing random sentences can be helpful in a number of different ways.

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    For those writers who have writers' block, this can be an excellent way to take a step to crumbling those walls. By taking the writer away from the subject matter that is causing the block, a random sentence may allow them to see the project they're working on in a different light and perspective. Sometimes all it takes is to get that first sentence down to help break the block.

    It can also be successfully used as a daily exercise to get writers to begin writing. Being shown a random sentence and using it to complete a paragraph each day can be an excellent way to begin any writing session.

    Random sentences can also spur creativity in other types of projects being done. If you are trying to come up with a new concept, a new idea or a new product, a random sentence may help you find unique qualities you may not have considered. Trying to incorporate the sentence into your project can help you look at it in different and unexpected ways than you would normally on your own.

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    I should be able to gain XP

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    \\\Literature is full of stunning examples of long sentences, both properly punctuated and not (ahem…John Updike). For example, there’s Molly Bloom’s 36-page, two-sentence monologue in Ulysses, or Victor Hugo’s 800-plus line in Les Misérables. While sentences like these are sights to behold, they also demand a certain something from the reader: patience. We have to read a long sentence over and over to comprehend what those big ol’ word jumbles are saying, and the feelings they invoke. Here are 7 long sentences guaranteed to reward you for your time:

    “For Heaven only knows why one loves it so, how one sees it so, making it up, building it round one, tumbling it, creating it every moment afresh; but the veriest frumps, the most deject of miseries sitting on doorsteps (drink their downfall) do the same; can’t be dealt with, she felt positive, by Acts of Parliament for that very reason; they love life. In people’s eyes, in the swing, tramp, and trudge; in the bellow and uproar; the carriages, motor cars, omnibuses, vans, sandwich men shuffling and swinging; brass bands; barrel organs; in the triumph and jingle and strange high singing of some aeroplane overhead was what she loved; life; London; this moment of June.” —Mrs. Dalloway, by Virginia Woolf

    “But then they were married (she felt awful about being pregnant before but Harry had been talking about marriage for a while and anyway laughed when she told him in early February about missing her period and said Great she was terribly frightened and he said Great and lifted her put his arms around under her bottom and lifted her like you would a child he could be so wonderful when you didn’t expect it in a way it seemed important that you didn’t expect it there was so much nice in him she couldn’t explain to anybody she had been so frightened about being pregnant and he made her be proud) they were married after her missing her second period in March and she was still little clumsy dark-complected Janice Sp

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    Despite its occasional use in spoken monologue, the Very Long Literary Sentence properly exists in the mind (hence “stream-of-consciousness”), since the most wordy of literary exhalations would exhaust the lungs’ capacity. Molly Bloom’s 36-page, two-sentence run-on soliloquy at the close of Joyce’s Ulysses takes place entirely in her thoughts. Faulkner’s longest sentence—smack in the middle of Absalom, Absalom! —unspools in Quentin Compson’s tortured, silent ruminations. According to a 1983 Guinness Book of Records, this monster once qualified as literature’s longest at 1,288 words, but that record has long been surpassed, in English at least, by Jonathan Coe’s The Rotter’s Club, which ends with a 33-page-long, 13,955 word sentence. Czech and Polish novelists have written book-length sentences since the sixties, and French writer Mathias Énard puts them all to shame with a one-sentence novel 517 pages long, though its status is “compromised by 23 chapter breaks that alleviate eye strain,” writes Ed Park in the New York Times. Like Faulkner’s glorious run-ons, Jacob Silverman describes Énard’s one-sentence Zone as transmuting “the horrific into something sublime.”

    Are these literary stunts kin to Philippe Petit’s highwire challenges—undertaken for the thrill and just to show they can be done? Park sees the “The Very Long Sentence” in more philosophical terms, as “a futile hedge against separation, an unwillingness to part from loved ones, the world, life itself.” Perhaps this is why the very long sentence seems most expressive of life at its fullest and most expansive. Below, we bring you five long literary sentences culled from various sources on the subject. These are, of course, not the “5 longest,” nor the “5 best,” nor any other superlative. They are simply five fine examples of The Very Long Sentence in literature. Enjoy reading and re-reading them, and please leave your favorite Very Long Sentence in the comments.

    At The New Yorker‘s “Book Club,” Jon Michaud

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    btw I have minecraft for windows ten

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    SO MAYBE IF YA STOP HATIN ON THIS THEY MIGHT EVEN GIVE YOU MORE XP OR GEMS FOR DAILY LOGIN

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    The choppy sentences chapter suggests that otherwise literate writers use the short simple writing style because they think it will be so much clearer for their readers. That's quite like those writers who use all caps, bold, larger font sizes to make readers read their message. In both cases, the effect is just the opposite. Readers avoid text that seems to scream at them, and they give up on text that jerks along, starting and stopping every five or six words.

    Whereas short-sentence writers seem obsessed with an illusory simplicity and clarity, long-sentence writers are obsessed with the interconnectedness and interrelatedness of everything. Ending one sentence and beginning a new one seems to threaten the whole communicative enterprise!

    However, that's what we have transitions for. They ensure that continuity, context, and relatedness are maintained, that readers can follow along without suffocating from overly long sentences.

    In this chapter, you'll practice fixing overly long sentences in such a way that you improve clarity and readability but still maintain continuity.

    Spotting Overly Long Sentences
    As mentioned in the choppy-writing chapter, nothing is wrong with sentences that jump outside of the standard 14 to 22 word-length range. Any decently written text will have plenty of sentences that are shorter than 14 words and plenty that are longer than 22 words. Variety is a good thing. Even so, some lengthy sentences just overdo it:

    Overly long version: Literally, sustainable development refers to maintaining development over time, although by the early 1990s, more than 70 definitions of sustainable development were in circulation, definitions that are important, despite their number, because they are the basis on which the means for achieving sustainable development in the future can be built.

    Is this 50-word monster tough reading? Maybe not the most difficult you've ever encountered, but still unnecesarily uncomfortable to read. Simplify it by diagra

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    SO THIS IS THE BEST The choppy sentences chapter suggests that otherwise literate writers use the short simple writing style because they think it will be so much clearer for their readers. That's quite like those writers who use all caps, bold, larger font sizes to make readers read their message. In both cases, the effect is just the opposite. Readers avoid text that seems to scream at them, and they give up on text that jerks along, starting and stopping every five or six words.

    Whereas short-sentence writers seem obsessed with an illusory simplicity and clarity, long-sentence writers are obsessed with the interconnectedness and interrelatedness of everything. Ending one sentence and beginning a new one seems to threaten the whole communicative enterprise!

    However, that's what we have transitions for. They ensure that continuity, context, and relatedness are maintained, that readers can follow along without suffocating from overly long sentences.

    In this chapter, you'll practice fixing overly long sentences in such a way that you improve clarity and readability but still maintain continuity.

    Spotting Overly Long Sentences
    As mentioned in the choppy-writing chapter, nothing is wrong with sentences that jump outside of the standard 14 to 22 word-length range. Any decently written text will have plenty of sentences that are shorter than 14 words and plenty that are longer than 22 words. Variety is a good thing. Even so, some lengthy sentences just overdo it:

    Overly long version: Literally, sustainable development refers to maintaining development over time, although by the early 1990s, more than 70 definitions of sustainable development were in circulation, definitions that are important, despite their number, because they are the basis on which the means for achieving sustainable development in the future can be built.

    Is this 50-word monster tough reading? Maybe not the most difficult you've ever encountered, but still unnecesarily uncomfortable to read. Sim

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    BECAUSE IT GIVES YOU XP THAT IS REALLY COOL AT TO INSTALL A GAME THAT I ALREADY HAVE SO THIS IS VERY EASY AND WHEN YOU TYPE MORE YOU GET MORE XP SO THEN YOU GET TO LEAVE THREE THAT YOU WILL BE ABLE TO CASH OOUT ON MONEY AND IF YOU HATE ON THIS THEN WHY BE HERE? HATERS ARE GONNA BE HATIN BUT I WONT THOS IS BETTER THEN OPREWARDS AND YOU CAN DO A LOT OF THINGS HERE LIKE MAKE FRIENDS EARN SOUL GEMS ITS LIKE THE BEST WEBSITE EVER SO I WON'T HATE ON THIS IF I WAS YOU

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    LET ME TELL YOU A STORY The Francmason weighed anchor, swung about, and steamed into the ochre hills, through the straits and out into the open sea while Corker recounted the heroic legends of Fleet Street; he told of the classic scoops and hoaxes; of the confessions wrung from hysterical suspects; of the innuendo and intricate misrepresentations, the luscious, detailed inventions that composed contemporary history; of the positive, daring lies that got a chap a rise of screw; how Wenlock Jakes, highest paid journalist of the United States, scooped the world with an eye-witness story of the sinking of the Lusitania four hours before she was hit; how [Sir Jocelyn] Hitchcock, the English Jakes, straddling over his desk in London, had chronicled day by day the horrors of the Messina earthquake; how Corker himself, not three months back, had had the good fortune to encounter a knight’s widow trapped by the foot between lift and landing.”

    John Updike, “Rabbit, Run.” 163 words.
    “But then they were married (she felt awful about being pregnant before but Harry had been talking about marriage for a while and anyway laughed when she told him in early February about missing her period and said Great she was terribly frightened and he said Great and lifted her put his arms around under her bottom and lifted her like you would a child he could be so wonderful when you didn’t expect it in a way it seemed important that you didn’t expect it there was so much

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    Almost all of the really long sentences are under 1,000 words. The six longest sentences (1,000+ words) are mostly a curiosity, just to see what is possible.

    I hope students of writing can study these sentences to find inspiration. My advice on how to learn from them? Try these three practices:

    1. Copy them exactly
    2. Take them apart, analyze each part, and see how the engine works
    3. Ape their form with different content

    I also hope this list might be helpful for teachers and professors of writing, who want more lengthy sentence examples to show their students. If you want to teach short sentences, I’ve also compiled a list of those.

    The longest sentence in English is also awesome. The longest sentence award goes to:

    Jonathan Coe’s The Rotter’s Club, 13,955 word sentence
    And for a runner-up: James Joyce, Ulysses, 4,391 word sentence
    And there are even one-sentence books — actually, a few of them. But I’m not reposting an entire book.

    And let’s end all this nonsense about how long sentences = run-on sentences. You can have a six-word run-on sentence (“I went shopping I ate donuts.”), while most of the sentences below are much, much longer than that and are not run-ons (except for a few examples like Jose Saramago). But whether the sentence is grammatically correct isn’t nearly as important as whether the sentence is fun or beautiful.

    I hope that a study of very long sentences will arm you with strategies that are almost as diverse as the sentences themselves, such as: starting each clause with the same word, tilting with dependent clauses toward a revelation at the end, padding with parentheticals, showing great latitude toward standard punctuation, rabbit-trailing away from the initial subject, encapsulating an entire life, and lastly, as this sentence is, celebrating the list.

    What’s the definition of a long sentence? For my purposes, I’m defining it as more than a 100 words. I’ve cheated with a few beautiful sentences a few words short, because there is

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    AND THERES MORE

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    LET ME TELL YOU A STORY The Francmason weighed anchor, swung about, and steamed into the ochre hills, through the straits and out into the open sea while Corker recounted the heroic legends of Fleet Street; he told of the classic scoops and hoaxes; of the confessions wrung from hysterical suspects; of the innuendo and intricate misrepresentations, the luscious, detailed inventions that composed contemporary history; of the positive, daring lies that got a chap a rise of screw; how Wenlock Jakes, highest paid journalist of the United States, scooped the world with an eye-witness story of the sinking of the Lusitania four hours before she was hit; how [Sir Jocelyn] Hitchcock, the English Jakes, straddling over his desk in London, had chronicled day by day the horrors of the Messina earthquake; how Corker himself, not three months back, had had the good fortune to encounter a knight’s widow trapped by the foot between lift and landing.”

    John Updike, “Rabbit, Run.” 163 words.
    “But then they were married (she felt awful about being pregnant before but Harry had been talking about marriage for a while and anyway laughed when she told him in early February about missing her period and said Great she was terribly frightened and he said Great and lifted her put his arms around under her bottom and lifted her like you would a child he could be so wonderful when you didn’t expect it in a way it seemed important that you didn’t expect it there was so much nice in him she couldn’t explain to anybody she had been so frightened about being pregnant and he made her be proud) they were married after her missing her second period in March and she was still little clumsy dark-complected Janice Springer and her husband was a conceited lunk who wasn’t good for anything in the world Daddy said and the feeling of being alone would melt a little with a little drink.”

    Henry James, “The Golden Bowl.” 165 words.
    “She had got up with these last words; she stood there before him with that par

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