dystaxic

dystaxic

(dɪsˈtæksɪk)
adj
(Pathology) med relating to or affected by dystaxia
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Relatedly, the complexity of the subadar's situation stipulates the complexity of the narrative, which is periodic and dystaxic. Faulkner's purposefully convoluted narrative is constructed in an obvious stylistic attempt to evoke in the reader the emptiness and loneliness of World War I Europe as well as the emptiness in the lives of those who joined of their own volition in a "War to End All Wars" rather than be labeled.