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I am 1/3 of the way through this.
It seems like there is quite a bit of symbolism or at least subtext here.
For example, the two major female characters so far—Esme and Esther, are both whores being passed around like doobies at a party.
What does it mean?

>> No.18501542

>>18501481
women be whores desu, he was just describing women nature

>> No.18502146

>>18501542
This. It's probably the most straight forward part of the book desu.

>> No.18502228

>>18501481
One is the counterfeit, one is the real deal. It will become clearer as it goes.

Same theme with Wyatt, Otto, Max, Stanley, and Anselm, etc etc etc...

Detecting the legitimate and detecting the frauds...

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