Hi everyone, I've just finished reading the Southern Reach trilogy by Jeff VanderMeer (as recommended somewhere here by @Wreybies, but I can't remember where), and Jeff-jeffety-jeff does a lot of this (my examples): He picked up the broom, swept the yard, made dinner. and this: He felt tired, went to bed. What would you call that? A series with no 'and'; separate sentences that should be separated with full stops or semicolons but are only separated with commas because of the ellipses (making them arguably not full sentences that require semicolons); or (in the case of the last one) an ellipsis stretched to include 'and' as well as the omitted subject in the second sentence; creative grammar; bad English; or something else? I'd be most interested to hear your thoughts, all ye grammar mavens.