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Longest Word + Longest Sentence + Longest Novel + Longest Poem

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The book gives 100-page excerpts from the longest word, sentence, novel and poem. For now, the longest word contains 3,609,750 letters and is published in Nigel Tomm's novel "The Blah Story, Volume 19." The word means the current day or date between real and imaginable today. The longest sentence is contained in four volumes of Nigel Tomm's novel "The Blah Story" (Volume ...more
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Jul 31, 2009 Matt Margo rated it it was amazing
While the collection itself is rather incontrovertibly obvious, what lies within it expands far beyond mere literary achievement. Within "Longest" lies something revolutionary--something so dynamically visible that it refuses to be unseen. Within this archive of long abstract literature, there is Nigel Tomm's annihilation of what it means to tell a story or read a book or even speak a word. There is "The Blah Story," volumes 19, 16, 11, and 8.

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There has always been and possibly will always be an air of mystery about Nigel Tomm, but it is certain to the public that he stands as one of the most inventive authors of contemporary literature today. Sometimes deemed as the James Joyce of this current generation, Tomm explores the meaning of avantgarde with his riveting abstract literature, art, and film. His first work, a collection of ...more
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