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How Would You Classify My Writing? 
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I am not completely certain where my type of writing style falls. Can you assist me and let me know? Here's an excerpt:


As Tito lay with his legs apart with a red book in his hands, filled with teaching stories that narrated fairy-tale passages, the story of three young men departing from their little and very unexciting town to seek knowledge, encountered all sorts of interesting people like tradesmen, a blacksmith hammering metal with a constant ring, merchants opening their shops, and fishermen preparing their huge nets, baits and boats, along their long adventurous journey and asked everyone they met, "What is the ultimate truth?", mesmerized him so perfectly that he wished he were one of them also traveling and gaining knowledge, also broadening his mind's depth about the world and nearing the state of enlightenment, if only by inches. If the young men sought the cleverest scholars in the village and asked the most difficult questions, he wanted to be there seeking those very intelligent scholars and asking them all the questions that had stumped him for so long.


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I would describe it as having unnecessarily long, extremely difficult to parse sentences. I’m not sure what else to tell you.



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But then nobody else could do it in quite the same way that you do, even if similar. That's the point right?



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