Markov Chain Example

The text below is generated by a Markov Chain-based model operating at the word level. The sample text used to generate the rules and probabilities is the first chapter of George Orwell's 1984. Markov chains can also be used at the individual letter level for some interesting effects.

Were there was strange was impossible to the paper deserved to do what Big Brother, black-haired, black-moustachio'd, full of truth and carrying a nib into the people like a thick hair, a little sandy-haired woman who seemed to drown the economy drive in the house suddenly started kicking up and sat up to possess it was a compendium of dark-coloured bread which was divided. The worst thing that whoever it did not in her and O'Brien's political orthodoxy was blue with dark eyes. The worst thing happened--if, indeed, than that the speak-write which had known how to say typical prole reaction they called it. He sat helplessly musing he had looked deep sigh of the face of wooden dwellings like a penholder, a knocking was sitting immediately. The worst thing that it aint right up and bristled the water like a slummy quarter he now about his features into people's windows in the gin.

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