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Personally, I have not found any early 20th century Japanese literary work that has the notion of "the dead don't lie". One would assume that dead people do not lie because they lack such motivation. However, in the story of In a Groove, Takehiro does seem to have a motivation to lie, and the motivation is similar to that of others: he wants to be viewed as ...


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He already has his wish by having a life where he can't think of an improvement I do not have any textual proof that this is the answer, but I think that the simplest answer is fairly evident. She states that he has "already made [his] wish" because he cannot think of anything that he would change in his life. On one hand, one could take the perspective of ...


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