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pertaining to literary narrations that exhibit vomitous superfluity
Hypertonic fiction is magical realism gone wrong: it is when (post-Satanic Verses) Rushdie, in trying to achieve Marquez, bloats magic/metaphor to a point where a reader's "suspended disbelief" droops into profound mistrust.
by Sabrina Sadique June 06, 2007
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