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21st Feb '16 5:27:31 PM Arawn999
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* FailedASpotCheck: The construction crew who demolishes Harold's apartment under the assumption it was a condemned building.
19th Jan '16 2:13:12 AM Eagal
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* JerkassHasAPoint:
** As incredibly brusque and seemingly uncaring Hilbert is about the inevitable death of Harold, people DO have their lives changed for the better from literary works - [[spoiler:and he knew about Harold saving the child in the end, too.]]
** [[spoiler:Hilbert says the changed manuscript that saves Harold is weaker for having the DeusExMachina that saves him. It DOES come out of nowhere and doesn't mesh with the rest of the novel's tone and theme, something that Karen agrees with, but promises to rewrite.]]

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* JerkassHasAPoint:
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JerkassHasAPoint: As incredibly brusque and seemingly uncaring Hilbert is about the inevitable death of Harold, people DO have their lives changed for the better from literary works - [[spoiler:and he knew about Harold saving the child in the end, too.]]
** [[spoiler:Hilbert says the changed manuscript that saves Harold is weaker for having the DeusExMachina that saves him. It DOES come out of nowhere and doesn't mesh with the rest of the novel's tone and theme, something that Karen agrees with, but promises to rewrite.
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18th Nov '15 11:15:42 AM EBsessed
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* RageAgainstTheAuthor. "No, I'm raging against YOU, you stupid voice! Leave me alone!"

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* RageAgainstTheAuthor. "No, I'm raging against YOU, you stupid voice! Leave So just shut up and leave me alone!"
18th Nov '15 10:59:51 AM EBsessed
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* IceCreamKoan: From the HR guy in Harold's office: "A tree doesn't... ''think'' it's a tree? It is a tree!" This is also part of Karen's ongoing narration: "Of course trees were trees. Harold knew trees were trees." Harold (thanks to the narrator) decides he hates the HR guy for this.

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* IceCreamKoan: From the HR guy in Harold's office: "A tree doesn't... ''think'' it's a tree? tree. It is a tree!" This is also part of Karen's ongoing narration: "Of course trees were trees. Harold knew trees were trees." Harold (thanks to the narrator) decides he hates the HR guy for this.
18th Nov '15 10:46:23 AM EBsessed
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--> "Harold distraught. Harold distraught..."

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--> "Harold distraught. Harold "Harold, distraught... Harold, distraught..."
18th Nov '15 10:35:53 AM EBsessed
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* ChekhovsGunman: You know that kid with the bike and the job-hunting woman that show up unexplained in the beginning of the movie? Unsurprisingly, they're important. In fact, their multiple appearance suggest that Eiffel is trying to figure out how to make them fit this trope. They may even be the other protagonists, central to the book but not to the movie. In fact, the interview where Harold identifies his narrator has her describing her upcoming book as being about, among other things, "interconnectivity".

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* ChekhovsGunman: You know that kid with the bike and the job-hunting woman that show up unexplained in the beginning of the movie? Unsurprisingly, they're important. In fact, their multiple appearance appearances suggest that Eiffel is trying to figure out how to make them fit this trope. They may even be the other protagonists, central to the book but not to the movie. In fact, the interview where Harold identifies his narrator has her describing her upcoming book as being about, among other things, "interconnectivity".
18th Nov '15 10:31:51 AM EBsessed
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* AmbiguousDisorder: Karen Eiffel is very unusual in the way she acts around others, sometimes coming off as aggressive and distant. She also takes time imagining deaths, usually imagining herself being the one who dies, and once asked a nurse at a hospital "where are the dying people" because she wanted a visual to help imagine Harold's death.

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* AmbiguousDisorder: Karen Eiffel is very unusual in the way she acts around others, sometimes coming off as aggressive and distant. She also takes time imagining deaths, usually imagining herself being the one who dies, and once asked at one point asks a nurse at a hospital "where are the dying people" because she wanted a visual to help imagine Harold's death.
17th Jul '15 2:29:23 PM ropertroper
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* ReedRichardsIsUseless: Considering everything that Eiffle writes in her story ends up happening, she very well could put things in the book that would help the world. It's justified because she has no idea she can do this.

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* ReedRichardsIsUseless: Considering everything that Eiffle writes in her story ends up happening, she very well could put things in the book that would help the world. It's justified because she has no idea she can do this. Though she never seems to get such an idea after finding out.
12th Jul '15 8:31:13 PM benda
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** Then again, [[FridgeHorror once you realise that some people tend to name their children]] ''[[FridgeHorror after]]'' [[FridgeHorror fictional characters...]]
4th Jul '15 5:03:04 PM Nicolas-1223
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* RageAgainstTheAuthor. "No, I'm raging against YOU, you stupid Voice! Leave me alone!"

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* RageAgainstTheAuthor. "No, I'm raging against YOU, you stupid Voice! voice! Leave me alone!"
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