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"I was with this good friend of mine when we heard (Stephen King) got popped. Man, we just started shaking our heads and saying, 'There goes the Tower, it's tilting, it's falling -- aw, shit, he'll never finish it now.'"
"N.B. While working on this fugue, where the name B.A.C.H. appears in the countersubject, the composer died."—note by C.P.E. Bach in the autograph of The Art of the Fugue
Having lost its storyteller, the tale is now wandering in search of its conclusion
"Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales was expected to clock in at anywhere between 100 and 120 chapters. Unfortunately, the dude only managed to finish 24 tales before he suffered an insurmountable and permanent state of writer's block commonly known as death.