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Some of the more rabid members of the artist's fandom may accuse one of not being a true fan for disliking the artist's Signature Song, even if said person may like every other song that the artist has recorded — or, inversely, liking the Signature Song more than what Fanon considers the artist's 'real best work'.
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: The Magic Mountain (9780679772873): Thomas. The Magic Mountain, Thomas Mann [1924], English translated from the German by John E. Woods, 1995. Thomas Mann's classic is among the top five to ten of my list of favorite novels, one, like Gravity's Rainbow or Mickelsson's Ghosts, that I will reread every few years or so.

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: The Magic Mountain (9780394704975): Thomas. The Magic Mountain, Thomas Mann [1924], English translated from the German by John E. Woods, 1995. Thomas Mann's classic is among the top five to ten of my list of favorite novels, one, like Gravity's Rainbow or Mickelsson's Ghosts, that I will reread every few years or so.

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