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A Blatant Rip-Off of Korrick's Original High Quality List (It Also "Borrows" Many Authors)

Just a bit of fun. And possibly a sign of growing insanity during uncommon days?
This is a short, low brow imitation of Korrick's list and is my try at making a list in which both book and author do not contain a particular non-consonant symbol (I think you know which fifth ranking symbol I am trying my utmost to avoid using). Korrick's list has many such pairings in it. Thanks for your inspiration, Korrick. I must say that in my opinion this paragraph looks and sounds fairly odd, almost clumsy, without that common symbol in it.
You should also try this jolly sport! It is highly stimulating for your brain, that blob that sits within your cranium (also known as your noggin).Though I must admit that occasionally I took to using a dictionary of synonyms. Also if my list should contain any flaws or goof ups, I am sorry.
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What Is Man? (Mark Twain)
What Is Man? (Mark Twain)
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Visitors (Orson Scott Card)
Visitors (Orson Scott Card)
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Two by Two (Nicholas Sparks)
Two by Two (Nicholas Sparks)
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Tristan (Thomas Mann)
Tristan (Thomas Mann)
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Trash (Dorothy Allison)
Trash (Dorothy Allison)
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Transatlantic (Colum McCann)
Transatlantic (Colum McCann)
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A Tramp Abroad (Mark Twain)
A Tramp Abroad (Mark Twain)
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Tar Baby (Toni Morrison)
Tar Baby (Toni Morrison)
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9
Switch Bitch (Roald Dahl)
Switch Bitch (Roald Dahl)
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Sula (Toni Morrison)
Sula (Toni Morrison)
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Starship Titanic (Douglas Adams)
Starship Titanic (Douglas Adams)
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Spring (Ali Smith)
Spring (Ali Smith)
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Spring (William Horwood)
Spring (William Horwood)
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Son (Lois Lowry)
Son (Lois Lowry)
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Small G (Patricia Highsmith)
Small G (Patricia Highsmith)
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Skipping Christmas (John Grisham)
Skipping Christmas (John Grisham)
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Signs and Symbols (Vladimir Nabokov)
Signs and Symbols (Vladimir Nabokov)
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Shifu, You'll Do Anything for a Laugh (Mo Yan)
Shifu, You'll Do Anything for a Laugh (Mo Yan)
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Shadows in Flight (Orson Scott Card)
Shadows in Flight (Orson Scott Card)
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Roughing It (Mark Twain)
Roughing It (Mark Twain)
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21
Rikki-Tikki-Tavi (Rudyard Kipling)
Rikki-Tikki-Tavi (Rudyard Kipling)
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Quicksand (Junichiro Tanizaki)
Quicksand (Junichiro Tanizaki)
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Puck of Pook's Hill (Rudyard Kipling)
Puck of Pook's Hill (Rudyard Kipling)
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Pow! (Mo Yan)
Pow! (Mo Yan)
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Poor Things (Alasdair Gray)
Poor Things (Alasdair Gray)
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Pnin (Vladimir Nabokov)
Pnin (Vladimir Nabokov)
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Plain Truth (Jodi Picoult)
Plain Truth (Jodi Picoult)
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Pax Britannica (Jan Morris)
Pax Britannica (Jan Morris)
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Pagan Spain (Richard Wright)
Pagan Spain (Richard Wright)
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Other Colors (Orhan Pamuk)
Other Colors (Orhan Pamuk)
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Origin (Dan Brown)
Origin (Dan Brown)
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Nikolai Gogol (Vladimir Nabokov)
Nikolai Gogol (Vladimir Nabokov)
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33
Nightfall (Isaac Asimov)
Nightfall (Isaac Asimov)
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Naomi's Road (Joy Kogawa)
Naomi's Road (Joy Kogawa)
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Mrs. Dalloway's Party (Virginia Woolf)
Mrs. Dalloway's Party (Virginia Woolf)
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McGrotty and Ludmilla (Alasdair Gray)
McGrotty and Ludmilla (Alasdair Gray)
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Matilda (Roald Dahl)
Matilda (Roald Dahl)
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Mary (Vladimir Nabokov)
Mary (Vladimir Nabokov)
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Marcovaldo (Italo Calvino)
Marcovaldo (Italo Calvino)
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Maps in a Mirror (Orson Scott Card)
Maps in a Mirror (Orson Scott Card)
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