A day in the life of a troubled Irishman.
I remember back in the 80s reading a bit in National Lampoon magazine the gist of which was Cliff's Notes on Cliff's Notes. It was for students who didn't even have time to read the Cliff's Notes to cram for their Lit reading exams. Each book was boiled down to a one-sentence synopsis. The only one that I recall was Crime and Punishment: "A man kills a woman and feels bad." The whole bit was brilliant, though.
Feed The Naked Lunch to your chain and see what you get. That should be interesting, because in essence Burrows had his own Markov chain cranking away in his head.