Exercises in Style - Section 9 Summary & Analysis

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Section 9 Summary

Telegraphic. This variation is written in the style of an old fashioned telegram. "Bus crowded. Stop. Yngman longneck plaitencircled hat apostrophizes unknown passenger unapparent reason Stop"

Ode. Written in the style of a poetic ode and accompanied by a musical score, this version of the story gives the first man a name (Monsieur Andre) and uses language in which frequently utilized rhymes of "-uss" and "-in" are alternated with less frequently used rhymes such as "-ay" and "-eau".

Permutations by Groups of 2, 3, 4 and 5 Letters. In this virtually incomprehensible version of the encounter, words are broken down into apparently random combinations of letters. This is the first few lines. "Ed on to ay rd wa id sm yo da he n tar re at pl rm fo an of us sb..."

Permutations by Groups of 5, 6, 7, and 8 Letters. Again, words are broken down so thoroughly...

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