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about The Exclamation Point!

The Exclamation Point! is a 70,000 word run-on sentence! It's an amazing phenomenon!

The Exclamation Point! is unlike any other work of American literature. This run-on sentence begins in a colonial square in the Bahia region of Brazil and then the run-on sentence races all over the world.

The Exclamation Point! is a literary explosion that's married to music - Afro-Brazilian drums and violent symphonies and exploding saxophones all give The Exclamation Point! its unstoppable fast-paced rhythm. This is wild American literature!

The Exclamation Point! was originally a nearly 200,000 word run-on sentence that Wolf Larsen slashed and cut down to less than 70,000 words because Wolf hates to waste words. American literature has gone crazy!

An excerpt from The Exclamation Point! was published in the literary magazine Spillway.

 

American literature
of the avant-garde

The Exclamation Point! is now available on Amazon.com!

 

from The Exclamation Point!

by Wolf Larsen, the ex-pat American writer of avant-garde literature

 

Na!ples Na!ples Na!ples with all its buildings flying in the sky and cars cars

cars restless streams of cars around and around the city and thunderous

motorcycles all zoooming zipping up your arms and around and around your

navel and down your back and people people people walking in and out of

your ears mouth and asshole like rushing ants and people chaotically running

The painting Sekito by the avant-garde artist Shiraga.

up the sides of buildings and walking across

the sky - and buildings and buses and

motorcycles and people all weaving in and

out and around each other assidewalks and

roads and highways keep moving all over the

air and up intothe trembling heavens and the

ground swirling and falling through the

planetand the mountains keep rumbling with

all their angry threats and the erraticoceans

rising into sky-swallowing waves rushing

over the mountains and women in revealing

wedding gowns on motorcycles marriage is so-oo-oosexy and flash floods of

sperm making babies babies babies rip zooooaring zooooming energy trying

to buy one of those cutesy round beautiful pizzas straight out of the oven in

a confusion of aggressive southern Napoli Italians - they're so wonderful and

ITALIA!N - and you can't get your hands on a pizza cause all these Italians

are so manicly aggressive and I've lived in New York but a New Yorker is a

tame lamb compared to these Italians grabbing buildings uprooting them

from the earth and throwing them into the skyyyyyyyyy the skyyyy the

skyyyyy the skyyyyy I love the sky can't you tell I want to piss screaming

words all over the sky, I want to be naked with pink flesh in the blue sky I

want to grab the blue sky with both my hands and copulate with the blue

skyyyyyyyy...

Copyright © 2004 by Wolf Larsen, writer of avant-garde American literature.

 

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American literature

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

American literature is the written or literary work produced in the area of the United States and its preceding colonies. During its early history, America was a series of British colonies on the eastern coast of the present-day United States. Therefore, its literary tradition begins as linked to the broader tradition of English literature. However, unique American characteristics and the breadth of its production usually now cause it to be considered a separate path and tradition.

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American Nobel Prize in Literature winners

  • 1930: Sinclair Lewis
  • 1936: Eugene O'Neill
  • 1938: Pearl S. Buck
  • 1948: T. S. Eliot
  • 1949: William Faulkner
  • 1954: Ernest Hemingway
  • 1962: John Steinbeck
  • 1976: Saul Bellow
  • 1978: Isaac Bashevis Singer (wrote in Yiddish)
  • 1987: Joseph Brodsky (wrote in Russian and English)
  • 1993: Toni Morrison

 

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