The following famous books contain elements inspired either by specific subconscious visuals or the bizarre, convoluted way in which they meander through the mind and senses.
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Best of the Fallen First, those no longer with us. W.G. Sebald's Austerlitz (2001)—published two months before the German-born author's death in a car accident in England—was a 21st-century book about the 20
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Looking to start submitting your fiction to literary magazines, but unsure of where to begin? These ten journals are prefect for beginning the process. All are well-respected, but also open to work by new authors.
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All the books that appear on the list '110 Best Books: The Perfect Library' by The Telegraph.