The longest sentence

 In NCI News

It’s not even said out loud; it’s read in a book. “A thought process”

The year is 1983, Guinness World Records decides to qualify a sentence as the longest ever.

At 1,288 words, the book made the cut:  soliloquy in the James Joyce novel Ulysses (1922)

It was eventually dethroned by a book containing a 33 page 13,955 word sentence: The Rotter’s Club

 

 

Let’s just call this for what it really is. “A gateway”

I say that because you’ll have to follow some links to get more info. ( They explain it way better than I ever will)

Here you find Wikipedia’s definition, which states some pretty interesting facts.

 

Here, you can find the thought process of doing something like this

 

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