History Literature / Ghostwritten

29th Apr '16 1:36:52 AM SuckerPerpetrator
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* FreakOut: When the well-meaning noncorpum entity in the fourth part attempts to talk to his hosts, several of them believe they are hearing voices and go insane.** Experienced by Margarita, the narrator at the end of the St. Petersburg chapter, after [[spoiler: Jerome kills Rudi, Margarita kills Jerome, and Suhbataar phones the police, leaving Margarita alone]]:
*** ''None of this happened. None of this really happened.''

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* FreakOut: When the well-meaning noncorpum entity in the fourth part attempts to talk to his hosts, several of them believe they are hearing voices and go insane.insane.
** Experienced by Margarita, the narrator at the end of the St. Petersburg chapter, after [[spoiler: Jerome kills Rudi, Margarita kills Jerome, and Suhbataar phones the police, leaving Margarita alone]]:
*** --> ''None of this happened. None of this really happened.''



* TitleDrop: Uttered by Tim Cavendish as he and Marco discuss honesty in the ghostwriting of autobiographies.

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* TitleDrop: Uttered by Tim Cavendish as he and Marco discuss honesty in the ghostwriting of autobiographies.
15th Feb '16 4:05:34 PM eroock
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-> "We're all ghostwriters, my boy... We all think we're in control of our own lives, but really they're pre-[[TitleDrop ghostwritten]] by forces around us."
-->-Tim Cavendish


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-> "We're
->''"We're
all ghostwriters, my boy... We all think we're in control of our own lives, but really they're pre-[[TitleDrop ghostwritten]] by forces around us."
-->-Tim Cavendish

"''
-->-- '''Tim Cavendish'''

18th May '13 7:25:18 PM JIKTV
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The nine narrators are, in order: a cult member living in Okinawa, UsefulNotes/{{Japan}}, a record-shop clerk and saxophonist living in UsefulNotes/{{Tokyo}}, a corrupt British businessman in {{Hong Kong}}, a tea shack owner living on a Holy Mountain in {{China}}, a 'noncorpum' entity in {{Mongolia}}, an art thief in [[TheCityFormerlyKnownAs St. Petersburg]], a drummer and ghostwriter in {{London}} a quantum physicist in Clear Island, {{Ireland}}, and a late-night radio DJ in {{New York City}}. ''Ghostwritten'' discusses many themes, including the role of chance and fate in life.

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The nine narrators are, in order: a cult member living in Okinawa, UsefulNotes/{{Japan}}, a record-shop clerk and saxophonist living in UsefulNotes/{{Tokyo}}, a corrupt British businessman in {{Hong Kong}}, UsefulNotes/HongKong, a tea shack owner living on a Holy Mountain in {{China}}, UsefulNotes/{{China}}, a 'noncorpum' entity in {{Mongolia}}, UsefulNotes/{{Mongolia}}, an art thief in [[TheCityFormerlyKnownAs St. Petersburg]], a drummer and ghostwriter in {{London}} UsefulNotes/{{London}} a quantum physicist in Clear Island, {{Ireland}}, UsefulNotes/{{Ireland}}, and a late-night radio DJ in {{New York City}}. UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity, ''Ghostwritten'' discusses many themes, including the role of chance and fate in life.
13th May '13 10:08:15 PM JIKTV
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The nine narrators are, in order: a cult member living in Okinawa, {{Japan}}, a record-shop clerk and saxophonist living in UsefulNotes/{{Tokyo}}, a corrupt British businessman in {{Hong Kong}}, a tea shack owner living on a Holy Mountain in {{China}}, a 'noncorpum' entity in {{Mongolia}}, an art thief in [[TheCityFormerlyKnownAs St. Petersburg]], a drummer and ghostwriter in {{London}} a quantum physicist in Clear Island, {{Ireland}}, and a late-night radio DJ in {{New York City}}. ''Ghostwritten'' discusses many themes, including the role of chance and fate in life.

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The nine narrators are, in order: a cult member living in Okinawa, {{Japan}}, UsefulNotes/{{Japan}}, a record-shop clerk and saxophonist living in UsefulNotes/{{Tokyo}}, a corrupt British businessman in {{Hong Kong}}, a tea shack owner living on a Holy Mountain in {{China}}, a 'noncorpum' entity in {{Mongolia}}, an art thief in [[TheCityFormerlyKnownAs St. Petersburg]], a drummer and ghostwriter in {{London}} a quantum physicist in Clear Island, {{Ireland}}, and a late-night radio DJ in {{New York City}}. ''Ghostwritten'' discusses many themes, including the role of chance and fate in life.



* FreakOut: When the well-meaning noncorpum entity in the fourth part attempts to talk to his hosts, several of them believe they are hearing voices and go insane.
** Experienced by Margarita, the narrator at the end of the St. Petersburg chapter, after [[spoiler: Jerome kills Rudi, Margarita kills Jerome, and Suhbataar phones the police, leaving Margarita alone]]:

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* FreakOut: When the well-meaning noncorpum entity in the fourth part attempts to talk to his hosts, several of them believe they are hearing voices and go insane.
insane.** Experienced by Margarita, the narrator at the end of the St. Petersburg chapter, after [[spoiler: Jerome kills Rudi, Margarita kills Jerome, and Suhbataar phones the police, leaving Margarita alone]]:



* TitleDrop: Uttered by Tim Cavendish as he and Marco discuss honesty in the ghostwriting of autobiographies.

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* TitleDrop: Uttered by Tim Cavendish as he and Marco discuss honesty in the ghostwriting of autobiographies.
4th Feb '13 12:36:22 PM EarlOfSandvich
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The nine narrators are, in order: a cult member living in Okinawa, {{Japan}}, a record-shop clerk and saxophonist living in {{Tokyo}}, a corrupt British businessman in {{Hong Kong}}, a tea shack owner living on a Holy Mountain in {{China}}, a 'noncorpum' entity in {{Mongolia}}, an art thief in [[TheCityFormerlyKnownAs St. Petersburg]], a drummer and ghostwriter in {{London}} a quantum physicist in Clear Island, {{Ireland}}, and a late-night radio DJ in {{New York City}}. ''Ghostwritten'' discusses many themes, including the role of chance and fate in life.

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The nine narrators are, in order: a cult member living in Okinawa, {{Japan}}, a record-shop clerk and saxophonist living in {{Tokyo}}, UsefulNotes/{{Tokyo}}, a corrupt British businessman in {{Hong Kong}}, a tea shack owner living on a Holy Mountain in {{China}}, a 'noncorpum' entity in {{Mongolia}}, an art thief in [[TheCityFormerlyKnownAs St. Petersburg]], a drummer and ghostwriter in {{London}} a quantum physicist in Clear Island, {{Ireland}}, and a late-night radio DJ in {{New York City}}. ''Ghostwritten'' discusses many themes, including the role of chance and fate in life.
15th Dec '12 5:13:53 PM Inverse0
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* RippedFromTheHeadlines: The plot of the first part of the novel resembles the 1995 Sarin gas attack in Tokyo.
15th Dec '12 12:19:30 AM Inverse0
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* ShoutOut: The noncorpum entity in the fourth part is implied to have once resided in the body of Jorge Luis Borges.

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* ShoutOut: The noncorpum entity in the fourth part is implied to have once resided in the body of Jorge Luis Borges.Borges.
* TitleDrop: Uttered by Tim Cavendish as he and Marco discuss honesty in the ghostwriting of autobiographies.
15th Dec '12 12:17:52 AM Inverse0
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[[caption-width-right:289:Who was blowing on the nape of my neck?]]

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[[caption-width-right:289:Who [[caption-width-right:289:''Who was blowing on the nape of my neck?]]neck?'']]
15th Dec '12 12:08:54 AM Inverse0
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[[caption-width-right:289:caaaaptioonnnnn]]

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[[caption-width-right:289:caaaaptioonnnnn]][[caption-width-right:289:Who was blowing on the nape of my neck?]]
14th Dec '12 11:46:54 PM Inverse0
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* ParentalAbandonment: Satoru, the narrator of the second chapter. His mother was a Filipino prostitute deported after his birth; he never knew his father.
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