In progress. Yay!
The first page is long sentences from Chaucer to Dickens. Since apparently all they wrote in those days was long sentences, they are a window into their changing grammar.
The second page is long sentences in modern literature. It too is a window into grammar and style.
Sequential Phrase GrammarA part of your brain can understand a sequence of phrases with no other grammar. The VERY BIG rule for this is that the phrases have to be understandable by themselves, which basically means no long embedded phrases, because those create interrupted phrases, which are hard to understand anyway but even harder to understand without grammar.
We also have a grammar of modern English. I call this fullgrammar.
Or something like that. A full discussion is in my book Modern, Powerful Punctuation and Grammar, which you can beta-read if you want, contact me.