I Write Like





I write like
James Joyce

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I Write Like is a generator that proposes to analyze your writing and compare it to published authors. The above is the result I got when I entered some text from an article I wrote for mental_floss. However, the results do not tell me why my writing resembles James Joyce's prose. Then I entered another sample, this time from an article I wrote for Neatorama.





I write like
J. K. Rowling

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Again, no explanation for why the results are different. They might even be random. Grab a few paragraphs of your writing and try it out for yourself! Link -via The Daily What

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Funny. I didn't know that Mark Twain ignored basic grammatical rules, such as not using real words.
Apparently he could have written this:
aginafnbnkn adfg a a g ehgi jaeflg aerg afg afg afg ag pjegj sadver[hprn hs dsgo[kep[gergpo[epfnskncs.
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And I forgot to add that the time that elapses during processing doesn't even come close to being able to compare the syntax, grammar, word-choice and other claimed functions. It would probably need at least ten seconds to make a reliable analysis, but it doesn't even take half a second, hence no time to compare the text. You can live with narcissism and think that you're as good as Mary Shelley or Dickens, but don't try to defend yourself as a person of common sense for doing so.
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