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Metafictional band from the 2000 novel ''[https://archive.org/details/period00coop Period]'' by Dennis Cooper. The name comes from a band in a fictional novel-within-a-novel, also called ''Period'', by Walker Crane. Then people inspired by the fictional novel use name for their goth band, and it becomes merely fictional.  
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Metafictional band from the 2000 novel ''[https://archive.org/details/period00coop Period]'' by Dennis Cooper. The name comes from a band in a fictional novel-within-a-novel, also called ''Period'', by Walker Crane. Then people inspired by the fictional novel use the name for their goth band, and it becomes merely fictional.  
  
 
[[Category:2000|Omen]]
 
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[[Category:Novels|Omen]]
 
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[[Category:Metafictional musical artists|Omen]]

Latest revision as of 17:15, 3 July 2019

Metafictional band from the 2000 novel Period by Dennis Cooper. The name comes from a band in a fictional novel-within-a-novel, also called Period, by Walker Crane. Then people inspired by the fictional novel use the name for their goth band, and it becomes merely fictional.