It does not have a recognizable plot, so you must read it like a dream sequence. Images may have meaning, or maybe they are just distraction.
Example (picked at random):
As the example shows, the writing is brilliant and evokes shifting images at a breathtaking rate.
If you enjoyed Naked Lunch, I would recommend The Recognitions, by William Gaddis. The Recognitions is slightly more structured, but only slightly. -- PhilEhrens
Hmm, would it be appropriate to move this to BookShelved:NakedLunch? We seem to be only using this page as a metaphor for incoherence, so I'm not entirely convinced it's on-topic. -- MartinHarper
The old logs show the following:
NakedLunch 2002-09-06T21:15:03 pD9531919.dip.t-dialin.net * NakedLunch 2002-09-06T21:25:50 AlexSchroeder/dclient217-162-239-98.hispeed.ch quote, category NakedLunch 2003-01-26T03:34:12 PhilEhrens/inferno.slug.org * NakedLunch 2003-01-26T03:34:42 PhilEhrens/inferno.slug.org *