If you liked Mikhail Bulgakov’s The Master and Margarita, you might also like Milton Rokeach’s “The Three Christs of Ypsilanti.”
If you like the poetry of T.S. Eliot, you will like the scene in The Great Gatsby in which the car meanders past the Valley of Ashes, “bounded on one side by a small foul river.”
If you enjoyed Daniel Deronda, you will love the anise note behind the veil of violets in Guerlain’s Après l’Ondée.
If you like Paul Auster’s trilogy, you will appreciate the paintings of René Magritte, specifically those with bowler hats, street lamps, moons and/or houses.
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If you are a fan of the surreal poems of Vasko Popa, you will love the stunning turrets of Milan’s cathedral in all their smog-besotted majesty.
If you are prone to abject vanity, you may identify with the titles in the once-banned books department.
If you liked Cloud Atlas, you may also like driving around naked with the top down listening to Lorraine Hunt Liebermann sing Bach’s Cantata BWV 82.
If you liked Blood Meridian, you were surely one of those children unable to leave a loose tooth alone.
If you appreciate Virginia Woolf, you will love a sunset that is a fluorescent shade of lilac streaked with orange and all your fiery life inside it.