Fictional authors are often as prolific and talented as their real colleagues. Having got acquainted with "Scarlet Book" by Bilbo Baggins, detective stories of John Watson and mysterious novel by the Master, you can never forget about these works, and, strictly speaking, they have never been published in our world.
Many books of literary talented characters have never reached us entirely. We can only judge them by short passages or inaccurate retelling. Let's think of five nonexistent writers from different eras, whose works you would not refuse to look through if you only had the chance.
Martin Eden from Jack London's novel of the same name
When sailor Martin Eden decided to become a writer and at the expense of impressive fees to get out of poverty, he was just over twenty. In a short time, the young man read many books and did a great job on himself: not only his speech writing [login to view URL] style has changed, but also the behavior in society, the way he thinks. Martin wanted to become worthy of his beloved - a girl from a wealthy family - and he was willing to do anything to achieve this goal. If we could imagine a collection of works by Martin Eden, it would fit into several volumes. But we, unlike the characters of the novel by Jack London, will not be able to read either "The Wine of Life" or "Sonnets of Love", or even the famous "Shame of the Sun", which brought the long-awaited fame and recognition of Martin.
Boris Trigorin from Chekhov's Seagull
We do not know whether Boris Alekseevich is talented or talentless. We have only two lines at our disposal from his book "Days and Nights": "If you ever need my life, come and take it". Meanwhile, it would be curious to know what has become the "plot for a little story," and see how refracted in this work the relationship between the writer and a young actress Nina Zarechnaya.
Ariadne Oliver from Agatha Christie's detectives
Writing fame tires out a cheerful middle-aged woman: invented by her and loved by the public Finn Vegetarian Sven Gjærson long ago bore Mrs. Oliver, but to write about him has to. An indomitable fantasy allows Ariadne to constantly invent new subjects, make original hairstyles and calculate the real criminals. To all this energy, she absorbs just an incredible amount of apples that she loves.
Yuri Zhivago from Boris Pasternak's Dr. Zhivago
In the novel by Boris Pasternak, which brought the author the Nobel Prize, we see almost complete biography of the doctor and writer Yuri Zhivago - from the death of his mother to his own death as a hero. Probably everyone knows that the work ends with Zhivago's 25 poems. But there was also prose. "Game of people", written by Yuri Alexeevich in 1917 in Moscow, was "a gloomy diary or magazine of those days, consisting of prose, poems and all sorts of things, inspired by the consciousness that half of the people ceased to be themselves and it is unknown what is playing. And friends of the fictional doctor kept his notes. But we only have to guess about their content.
Konstantin Golgotovsky from Victor Pelevin's The Art of Light Touching.
We see how ineptly Professor Golgotsky is trying to weave a love line into a detective plot and how unceremoniously he interrupts his story [login to view URL] for the sake of pseudo-philosophical reasoning. In search of the murderers of his dacha neighbor and mystical artifacts used by the intelligence services, the hero goes so far as to stop distinguishing reality from "conspiracy theories"
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