Number of exclamation points in novels worldwide 2017, by author

Number of exclamation points per 100,000 words by selected authors worldwide as of 2017

Number of exclamation points in novels worldwide 2017, by author The statistic shows the number of exclamation points per 100,000 words in novels worldwide as of 2017, sorted by author. According to the source, Toni Morrison used 111 exclamation points per 100,000 words in her novels.
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Number of exclamation points per 100,000 words by selected authors worldwide as of 2017

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Number of exclamation points per 100,000 words
James Joyce1,105
Tom Wolfe929
Sinclair Lewis844
E. B. White782
J. R. R. Tolkien767
Charles Dickens713
J. K. Rowling670
George Orwell620
D. H. Lawrence609
Mark Twain512
Joseph Conrad483
Jane Austen449
E.M. Forster418
Dan Brown411
Zadie Smith363
Agatha Christie361
William Gaddis359
F. Scott Fitzgerald356
Theodore Dreiser340
Edith Wharton338
Ayn Rand333
Stephen King324
E. L. James278
Kurt Vonnegut271
Dave Eggers269
Virginia Woolf258
Jack London250
Willa Cather248
James Patterson229
Vladimir Nabokov208
Salman Rushdie204
Alice Walker203
Suzanne Collins194
Stephenie Meyer193
John Green193
Jennifer Egan191
Jonathan Franzen186
Harper Lee179
John Steinbeck178
Gillian Flynn153
Khaled Hosseini147
Veronica Roth139
Toni Morrison111
William Faulkner108
Chuck Palahniuk106
Neil Gaiman96
Michael Chabon91
John Updike88
Ernest Hemingway59
Elmore Leonard49
Number of exclamation points per 100,000 words
James Joyce1,105
Tom Wolfe929
Sinclair Lewis844
E. B. White782
J. R. R. Tolkien767
Charles Dickens713
J. K. Rowling670
George Orwell620
D. H. Lawrence609
Mark Twain512
Joseph Conrad483
Jane Austen449
E.M. Forster418
Dan Brown411
Zadie Smith363
Agatha Christie361
William Gaddis359
F. Scott Fitzgerald356
Theodore Dreiser340
Edith Wharton338
Ayn Rand333
Stephen King324
E. L. James278
Kurt Vonnegut271
Dave Eggers269
Virginia Woolf258
Jack London250
Willa Cather248
James Patterson229
Vladimir Nabokov208
Salman Rushdie204
Alice Walker203
Suzanne Collins194
Stephenie Meyer193
John Green193
Jennifer Egan191
Jonathan Franzen186
Harper Lee179
John Steinbeck178
Gillian Flynn153
Khaled Hosseini147
Veronica Roth139
Toni Morrison111
William Faulkner108
Chuck Palahniuk106
Neil Gaiman96
Michael Chabon91
John Updike88
Ernest Hemingway59
Elmore Leonard49
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The statistic shows the number of exclamation points per 100,000 words in novels worldwide as of 2017, sorted by author. According to the source, Toni Morrison used 111 exclamation points per 100,000 words in her novels.
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