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 The mysterious author of //Ship of Theseus//. The mysterious author of //Ship of Theseus//.
-Straka is linked to [[sabotage, espionage, conspiracy, subversion, larceny, and assassination|crimes]] of sabotage, espionage, conspiracy, subversion, larceny, and assassination. ​ Although the book claims Straka inspired renowned writer, Ernest Hemingway, there is no documentation to uphold the statement. His death [http://eotvoswheel.com/candidates/​|in 1944] is shrouded in mystery, although it was rumored that he was being targeted by secret police from France, Norway, USA, USSR, and Germany which might have played a role in his demise. ​+Straka is linked to [[sabotage, espionage, conspiracy, subversion, larceny, and assassination|crimes]] of sabotage, espionage, conspiracy, subversion, larceny, and assassination. ​ Although the book claims Straka inspired renowned writer, Ernest Hemingway, there is no documentation to uphold the statement. His death in 1944 ((http://justingarver.com/timeline-of-s)) ​is shrouded in mystery, although it was rumored that he was being targeted by secret police from France, Norway, USA, USSR, and Germany which might have played a role in his demise. ​ The tragic and dramatic Havana story, in which Straka summons [[f.x._caldeira|Caldeira]] to Havana in 1946 to hand over the final chapter of the book in person but is killed before he could do so, is confirmed as a fabrication designed to boost sales. ((http://​eotvoswheel.com/​candidates/​))
  
 Straka was also known to be very protective of his work, and did not take kindly to less talented individuals interpreting it incorrectly,​ as is evidenced by the author'​s [[strongly worded letter]] to the filmmaker, Mr. Grahn. ​ Straka was also known to be very protective of his work, and did not take kindly to less talented individuals interpreting it incorrectly,​ as is evidenced by the author'​s [[strongly worded letter]] to the filmmaker, Mr. Grahn. ​
  
-According to Filomela, Straka enjoyed listening to [[https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=QEllLECo4OM#​aid=P6J1nUFFJHA|Carmina Burana]], a musical rendition by Carl Orff of the classic collection of peoms, while he wrote, a practice she later adopted as well.+According to Filomela, Straka enjoyed listening to [[https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=QEllLECo4OM#​aid=P6J1nUFFJHA|Carmina Burana]], a musical rendition by Carl Orff of the classic collection of poems, while he wrote, a practice she later adopted as well.
  
  
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