A regular cut-up.

The writer, William S. Burroughs, was famous for a particular technique of writing.

This method was known as the “cut-up technique.” In essence, he took what he wrote, and cut it up. He rearranged the pieces, making them into something new. The results were astounding, often creating unexpectedly meaningful prose.



What if the technique was not on purpose? What if Burroughs was dyslexic? What if he was just trying to make sense of what he saw, placing the words into an order only he could see?

When you words at look, do you order a different see? missed the author Something? Ask for the bell whom tolls thee, not tolls for it.

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