Andy (donyazad) wrote in bookish,

House of Leaves

I've just started reading Mark Z. Danielewski's House of Leave (I'm on page 47), but this is bothering me too much and I can't help myself from asking:

If Zampano "hasn't seen a thing since the mid fifties" how could he have written  about The Navidson Record (which was made in the 90s)?
Did he have people writing for him the same way he had people read to him?

But don't tell me if this is brought up later on in the novel. -shy smile-


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