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* InvisibleToNormals: Everyone knows that the ghosts are there, but Elisa and Patri are the only ones who can see them.

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Should not be confused with the play ''Theatre/{{Ghosts}}''. Should not be confused with ''Series/TheProtector'' episode "[[Recap/TheProtectorS1S12Ghosts Ghosts]]", the ''Series/{{Psych}}'' episode "[[Recap/PsychS3E1Ghosts Ghosts]]", the ''Series/{{Revolution}}'' episode "[[Recap/RevolutionS1E12Ghosts Ghosts]]", and the ''Series/HiddenPalms'' episode "[[Recap/HiddenPalmsS1E2Ghosts Ghosts]]". Should not be confused with the Creator/DCComics series ''ComicBook/{{Ghosts}}''. Should not be confused with the board game ''TabletopGame/{{Ghosts}}''. Should not be confused with the book ''Literature/{{Ghosts 1993}}''. Should not be confused with the films ''Film/{{Ghosts 2005}}'' and ''Film/{{Ghosts 2006}}''.



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* {{Allegory}}: The story is an explicit one on materialism and class.
* InvisibleToNormals: Everyone knows that the ghosts are there, but Elisa and Patri are the only ones who can see them.
* UnusuallyUninterestingSight: Almost everyone treats the ghosts as this, except for the teenage daughter.


''Ghosts'', also known as ''Los Fantasmas'' (Literally translated as ''The Phantoms'') is a 1990 by César Aira.

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''Ghosts'', also originally known as ''Los Fantasmas'' (Literally translated as ''The Phantoms'') is a 1990 by César Aira.


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''Ghosts'', also known as ''Los Fantasmas'' (Literally translated as ''The Phantoms'') is a 1990 by César Aira.

''Ghosts'' takes place in an unfinished luxury apartment complex in Buenos Aires that is shared by a family of squatters and a cadre of ghosts that haunt its floors. While most of the construction workers and family members react to the ghosts with detachment, the family's teenage daughter becomes fixated on the specters. As the story weaves away and back again towards the date set for the opening of the apartment complex, the daughter's obsession with the ghosts becomes more complex and nefarious, and ultimately threatens her life.
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