Book of Numbers - Page 466 - 484 Summary & Analysis

Joshua Cohen
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"10/8" opens with, once again, Cohen the Narrator having difficulty finding words to write. This time, he edits out his own words. He starts off by saying that fiction writers do not trust truth and that nonfiction writers "swear by it, while ghostwriters... are divided down the middle" (466). As a ghostwriter, he ends up rewriting everyone in his books and is, in turn, rewritten by them. He has an ongoing fear of opening up his documents on his office computer and finding everything changed.

Cohen the Narrator goes to the local library, Staatsbibliothek, but has difficulties getting there because of the language barriers he has with German residents. He makes it there and signs up to use one of the public computers. He feels like he keeps seeing Maleksen and likens him to a Gopal device. He says that Maleksen has "that whiteness, that...

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