Dischism: The unwitting intrusion of the author's physical surroundings, or the author's own mental state, into the text of the story. Authors who smoke or drink while writing often drown or choke their characters with an endless supply of booze and cigs. In subtler forms of the Dischism, the characters complain of their confusion and indecision -- when this is actually the author's condition at the moment of writing, not theirs within the story. "Dischism" is named after the critic who diagnosed this syndrome. (Attr. Thomas M. Disch) -- Turkey City Lexicon
"Eetu, just put it down for a minute and go get something to eat," said Orvokki.
"And will someone make sure Eetu stops working for five whole seconds?" [Sohvi]
"Let me do it, Eetu; you get some rest." [Jatta]
"Back away from the circuit, Eetu, and no one gets hurt." [Sohvi again]
Umm. It is Edward's condition within the story. Still.