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I've seen glimpses of the books it references, such as "Anna Karinina" of Tolstoy in the over all feeling.
Also I drew some parallels in the story telling of "One Hundred Years of Solitude" by Gabriel García Márquez. It also follows time and tragedy.
It is also very unique.
There have been too many to count. Two that I remember most clearly are the of the bowler hat, and the other is of the park benches in the river.
It is unique to me in the sense that there is no named character that is not fully fleshed out, and each character is the best and the worst in everyone. There is no character I don't love, and none that I don't hate. I can clearly see myself in all of them.
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