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YMMV: The Master and Margarita
Big Lipped Alligator Moment: Early on in the novel a minor character is described as a former buccaneer from the Caribbean during a lapse of sanity from the narrator, who then refutes his last paragraph claiming that pirates and the Caribbean are just pieces of fantasy. The story goes crazy for about a paragraph as the narrator mentions random details until finally the narrator yells "Oh gods—poison, I need poison", just like Pilate did during the Master's novel. Most of the novel is written in the third-person omniscient style, the narrator rarely appearing, and never so rambunctiously. Also the pirate detail has exactly nothing to do with anything, but the story keeps on calling him "the pirate" for the rest of the novel.