A palindrome is usually considered a word that is the same when read backwards and forwards. However, there can be palindromes that are longer than just a word. An example of a palindrome is “Rats on no star”.
You can imagine how difficult it must be for someone to develop a 5 word palindrome, let alone one that is over 200 words! Martin wrote an even longer palindrome called ‘Sexes. Eh, the sexes” which you can read in his book This Is A Book. To read the 224 word palindrome ‘Dammit, I’m Mad’, click the Source below!