History Literature / HouseOfLeaves

2nd Mar '18 8:24:03 AM Discord_and_Dine
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** The first chapter quotes a line (''"I saw a film today, oh boy..."'') from [[{{Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand}} "A Day in the Life" by {{Music/The Beatles}}.

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** The first chapter quotes a line (''"I saw a film today, oh boy..."'') from [[{{Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand}} "A Day in the Life" Life"]] by {{Music/The Beatles}}.
2nd Mar '18 6:55:38 AM Discord_and_Dine
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** The first chapter quotes a line (''"I saw a film today, oh boy..."'') from [[{{Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand}} "A Day in the Life" by {{Music/The Beatles}}.
17th Feb '18 6:37:55 PM thelivingtoad
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Music/{{Poe}}, Danielewski's sister, created a music album called ''Haunted'' which serves as a companion piece to the novel. ''The Whalestoe Letters'', a companion book, was later partially included in updated reprints of ''[[PsychologicalHorror House]] Of Leaves''.

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Music/{{Poe}}, Danielewski's sister, created a music album called ''Haunted'' which serves as a companion piece to the novel.novel; Danielewski even appears on the album, reciting a section of the novel on her rock radio hit "Hey Pretty" and he is also featured in the song's video. ''The Whalestoe Letters'', a companion book, was later partially included in updated reprints of ''[[PsychologicalHorror House]] Of Leaves''.
16th Dec '17 12:08:45 PM LB7979
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* LysistrataGambit: It's mentioned at some point that Karen once wouldn't let Will Navidson touch her. For thirteen months.
11th Dec '17 11:20:38 PM LB7979
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11th Dec '17 11:20:03 PM LB7979
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* RainbowSpeak: The book itself, which colors various words (such as "house" always appearing in blue).

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* RainbowSpeak: The book itself, which colors various words (such as In the book, the majority of the text is printed in the usual black but the word "house" is always appearing printed in blue).blue, and parts of the text are printed in red (parts that the In Universe editors stroke through, and anything referring to the Minotaur).
20th Nov '17 6:54:54 AM LB7979
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[[caption-width-right:217: You cannot leave the [[EldritchLocation house]].]]

->''"It's a book about a book about a film about a house that is a labyrinth. In short, it's a book that is a labyrinth."''
-->-- '''One review of the book'''

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[[caption-width-right:217: You cannot leave the [[EldritchLocation house]].[[caption-width-right:217:This is not for you.]]

->''"It's a book about a book about a film about a house that is a labyrinth. ->Picture that. In short, it's a book that is a labyrinth."''
-->-- '''One review of the book'''

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your dreams.
30th Oct '17 1:27:47 AM LB7979
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24th Oct '17 9:25:54 AM KingLyger
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''[[EldritchLocation House]] of Leaves'' is a 2000 novel by Creator/MarkZDanielewski. It's about [[LemonyNarrator Johnny Truant]], a tattoo shop apprentice who finds the disheveled remains of a complex manuscript one night. The manuscript contains an amateurish critical dissertation, written by a recently deceased old man allegedly named Zampanò on the topic of a film called ''The Navidson Record'', made by photographer Will Navidson. Although Zampanò's text refers elaborately and lovingly to existing literature, Johnny soon finds out that the vast majority of Zampanò's cited sources do not actually exist. Neither, for that matter, does the film.

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''[[EldritchLocation House]] of Leaves'' is a 2000 novel by Creator/MarkZDanielewski. It's about [[LemonyNarrator Johnny Truant]], a tattoo shop apprentice who finds the disheveled remains of a complex manuscript one night. The manuscript contains an amateurish critical dissertation, written by a recently deceased old man allegedly named Zampanò Zampanò; on the topic of a film called ''The Navidson Record'', made by photographer Will Navidson. Although Zampanò's text refers elaborately and lovingly to existing literature, Johnny soon finds out that the vast majority of Zampanò's cited sources do not actually exist. Neither, for that matter, does the film. \n On top of that, Zampanò was totally blind.
7th Sep '17 3:43:08 AM dvorak
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* InterfaceScrew: See "Footnote Fever." Also some pages are backwards or upside down.
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