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Which of these best describes sorrentino's use of authorial reticence in “there's a man in the habit of hitting me on the head with an umbrella"? the narrator refuses to go to the police. the man with the umbrella never eats or sleeps. the man with the umbrella falls down with one punch. the narrator acts as though the situation is completely normal.

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