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Thread: What book has this subject verb word play

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    What book has this subject verb word play

    Hi guys,

    I just want to ask your help. I have read a book before that has used a sentence structure like below.

    SubjectA, SubjectB and SubjectC, Verb for SubjectA, Verb for SubjectB, and Verb for SubjectC,.

    I cannot recall the book where this sentence structure was used (my guesses are Midnight's Children and Lolita (or maybe another postmodern book )). I cannot also recall the subjects and the verbs used in the sentence. Can you help me recall what book used the sentence structure above?

    Thanks

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    Question: Did it use this structure often, or in one very memorable instance?

    Request: Could you give an example of what such a sentence looks like? I think I understand, but I'm not sure.

    Suggestion: If you have some degree of confidence in your guesses, maybe ask your question in the main forum page with a title "Request for people who have read Lolita or Midnight's Children." That would get your request in front of the eyeballs that could best answer.

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