“Call me a romantic, but the idea of unpunctuated quiet time seems like one we should bring back.”
““He simply sent us copy that was unpunctuated, no spell checks - straight off the cuff - a nightmare and yet worthwhile because what he had to say was always pertinent.””
“Every year without knowing it I have passed the day/When the last fires will wave to me/And the silence will set out/Tireless traveler," he wrote, in the unpunctuated form that has defined his style.”
“They are written in the same unpunctuated rhythms of his poetry, and they connect the details of the photographs to the long lists and relentlessly noticing eye of Ginsberg's best written work.”
“Recently I deleted a comment from the book review blog because it was badly spelled, unpunctuated, and included the acronym lol.”
“Sometimes these ideas were sketched out in a short paragraph or two, often unpunctuated.”
“When I used to walk past the back of my college in Euston the 60's they had a permanent unpunctuated sign - 'PART TIME CLEANING LADIES WANTED'.”
“Since actual English speakers dislike unpunctuated sentences, run-on sentences are less accurate, and punctuation is the accepted practice, the only reason not to properly punctuate sentences is to offend.”
“Contrary to legend, the scroll was not a roll of teletype paper but a series of large sheets of tracing paper that Kerouac cut to fit and taped together, and it is not unpunctuated - merely unparagraphed, which makes a certain physical demand on the reader, who is deprived of the usual rest stops.”
“Most noticeably, Molly Bloom's unpunctuated chapter is now replete with apostrophes, hyphens and italics.”
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