I tried a couple of different pieces of my writing and I write like H P Lovecraft for half and Arthur C Clarke for the other half??? I am happy with that tho I don't have nearly the adroitness of either
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I tried some essays, commentaries and creative writing pieces. For pretty much all the essays and commentaries I got H.P. Lovecraft. For all of my creative work I got Vladimir Nabokov, except for one for which I got Chuck Palahniuk!
This tool is pretty fun...Found it funny how the page of writing about the Patronus Charm I posted here not so long ago got affiliated with J.K. Rowling. This also happened when I typed this for a silly experiment (I'm pretty bored right now : )
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However when I then purposely typed up 'Macbeth' and 'Romeo and Juliet' scenes, it never picked up on the Shakespeare. I also typed in the opening paragraph of 'A Clockwork Orange' because of its fairly unique style, and well, no Burgess...
It's an interesting program, but my results are all over the place. Also, I didn't use any actual narrative of mine (it's pretty different than my usual writing style), because I'm afraid of someone seeing it even though the website claims it doesn't save anything.
1. David Foster Wallace
2. Dan Brown
3. Stephen King
4. Mary Shelley
5. Edgar Allen Poe
6. David Foster Wallace
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