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** ''"Excessive use of stream of consciousness technique"'' Again, '''Ulysses''' certainly does this, but the only Dariafics by Gregor Samsa with this characteristic are his crossovers with '''Ulysses''' and '''The Sound and the Fury.''' ("The Sound and the QB")
 
** ''"Excessive use of stream of consciousness technique"'' Again, '''Ulysses''' certainly does this, but the only Dariafics by Gregor Samsa with this characteristic are his crossovers with '''Ulysses''' and '''The Sound and the Fury.''' ("The Sound and the QB")
 
In sum, I think this whole category needs to be rethought.  It might be more illuminating (and inclusive) to consider Dariafic authors who allude to canonical authors, but then the list becomes quite long. —[[User:ScissorsMacGillicutty|ScissorsMacGillicutty]] 13:35, 27 May 2007 (EDT)
 
In sum, I think this whole category needs to be rethought.  It might be more illuminating (and inclusive) to consider Dariafic authors who allude to canonical authors, but then the list becomes quite long. —[[User:ScissorsMacGillicutty|ScissorsMacGillicutty]] 13:35, 27 May 2007 (EDT)
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== Joycean Writers ==
  
 
I added this category only because I noticed that the three of us use Joyce as an inspiration quite deliberately and often. If Gregor Samsa isn't happy with it either I might delete it. Some of the clauses apply to my own writing, however; Tiffany's chapter in "Group Four" is pure stream of consciousness, and my novel is a blatant attempt to emulate ''Ulysses''. I added the disclaimer exactly because not all clauses apply to all of Joyce's work and/or to all of the writers on the list and/or to all of their work.
 
I added this category only because I noticed that the three of us use Joyce as an inspiration quite deliberately and often. If Gregor Samsa isn't happy with it either I might delete it. Some of the clauses apply to my own writing, however; Tiffany's chapter in "Group Four" is pure stream of consciousness, and my novel is a blatant attempt to emulate ''Ulysses''. I added the disclaimer exactly because not all clauses apply to all of Joyce's work and/or to all of the writers on the list and/or to all of their work.

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