This is most apparent in his discussion of the many forms of confabulation.
The constant disinformation, distraction, misdirection, confabulation, and endless stream of threats actually works.
With the details of that confabulation we will not trouble the reader.
During this confabulation, Maltravers and Evelyn were left alone with Sophy.
After this confabulation the steward had orders to shut the door on Monsieur de Rubempre—which was done.
During the course of this confabulation evening had come on.
There was movement going on in the room, people coming and going, but we were intent on our confabulation and took no notice.
The sound of steps on the gravel path interrupted their confabulation.
Walk up wid yourself here, till we have a confabulation together; you see I love to be talking to you.
Then we sits down, gradually gets cool, and holds a confabulation.
confabulation con·fab·u·la·tion (kən-fāb'yə-lā'shən)
The unconscious filling of gaps in one's memory by fabrications that one accepts as facts.