Punctuation in novels by Adam J Calhoun

Punctuation in novels – Adam J Calhoun

“Punctuation in Blood Meridian by Cormac McCarthy (left) and in Absalom, Absalom! by William Faulkner (right).”

Adam J Calhoun analyzes novels condensed into only their punctuation and the variance of results in “Punctuation in novels.”  He compares several well-known novels, the makeup of each one’s punctuation, and its relation to the words of the novel. It’s a really interesting read for anyone interested in punctuation, reading, writing, or novels in general.


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