I have an idea for a story in which a character (young college aged male) slowly slips into psychosis. The story follows his inner monologues that slowly become more disjointed as he slides into dementia. Also, he becomes more aloof and distant as he becomes more and more harsh as he self analyzes himself. However i also want the plot to be a major social commentary, since much of the main characters dilemma stems from not being able to share his thoughts with those around him, as most of them are blind to the images and themes that saturate their minds everyday. My question is, is it considered wildly taboo to open the novel with a disjointed convoluted monologue, sort of like a schizophrenic preface, or to just start the novel with a normal lucid character and proceed from there?