after reading a recent thread on this topic (see here: What would you call the stylistic omission of punctuation?) I found that answers such as 'stream of consciousness' and 'run-on sentences' simply did not fit the examples which I had in mind. For instance, this quote from 'The Bell Jar' by Sylvia Plath:
'But each time I would get the cord so tight I could feel a rushing in my ears and a flush of blood in my face my hands would weaken and let go, and I would be all right again.'
Evidently, the lack of punctuation (up until the comma) is used to create a tone of panic, the comma acting as a breath to break up this building anxiety. However, is there a specific term for this? Or would I have to explain the sentence's construction clunkily in order for the point to come across?
Any opinions or answers would be much appreciated.