Never-Ending Book Quiz
What do Louis-Ferdinand Céline's 1936 novel Mort à crédit (Death on the Installment Plan) and John D.F. Black's novelization of the 1972 blaxploitation film Trouble Man have in common?
Choose the correct answer:They both begin with the inscription "Poco mas" They both feature protagonists who are doctors They both use ellipses to separate most of the sentences instead of periods They both were written under the influence of laudanum
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