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On 5/21/2020 at 6:08 PM, kai said:

their are several sneezes in the letter for the king where the sidekick character takes a dunk in a river and catch's a cold afterwards. in the sequel the secrets of the wild wood there is a sneeze as well. another book I know of is Lex Trent versus the gods where their is several sneezes throughout the story.

Oh man, you're right. That is a great little scene, goodness glory. I remember reading that and starting to seriously ship those two.

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Yeah, well, guess who's at it again... :lol:  No really, make a guess. Ready?  Okay, if your guess was Stephen King, you're right. The short story "Rat" in the newest collection "If It Bleeds" is pretty much an angsty sickfic, with the contagion situation described. Plenty of sneezes (some rather well described - I don't think I've read an actual published author mentioning someone's breath hitching in anticipation of a sneeze, or calling a sneeze "juicy", but okay) and coughing from the flu. Male. 

The titular story "If It Bleeds" mentions sneezing as well. As in, the main character is in a room where a scented candle is lit and the scent "made her want to sneeze". But no actual sneezing. I don't read the stories in the right order so I still have two more to go, we'll see if there's anything in those as well. 

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There's passage in Thomas Mann's The Magic Mountain that has an amazing description of sneezing:

"Sneezing was just as much fun — the way you felt it swelling up with a vengeance inside you, until it became irresistible and you breathed in and out in one great frenzy, gave yourself over to the bliss of it, your face drunk with pleasure — you could forget the whole world in one blessed eruption. But sometimes they came in twos and threes, one right after the other."

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6 minutes ago, Adw said:

There's passage in Thomas Mann's The Magic Mountain that has an amazing description of sneezing:

"Sneezing was just as much fun — the way you felt it swelling up with a vengeance inside you, until it became irresistible and you breathed in and out in one great frenzy, gave yourself over to the bliss of it, your face drunk with pleasure — you could forget the whole world in one blessed eruption. But sometimes they came in twos and threes, one right after the other."

Good lord... Is it even possible for a non-fetishist to write something like that?

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Oh my god I love that book. I read it in college and it was a trip. It’s about life in a tuberculosis sanitarium. The protagonist goes to visit his cousin but catches a cold which is falsely diagnosed as TB and ends up becoming a resident for the next several years.

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This year in march the book "Bloom" written by Keith Oppel was published. There are four main characters. One of them has awfully bad heyfever and is sneezing constantly in the beginning. The other three have allergies as well, but no sneezing on their part. The whole story centers around strange plants that grow everywhere and release toxic pollen into the air. Strangely the main characters are not allergic to them, but seemingly all the rest of humanity...

 

Well, I guess you see where this is going ;-) Sadly the sneezing gets less ans less, but there might be more in book 2 and 3.

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I can't speak to the quality of the rest of this story (I think it's a play) since I found it via Google books while looking for sneeze content, but given that the title of the piece is "Ragweed Cowboy Joe", I think we can safely assume sneezing is relevant for at least a small amount of the story. But you can find out for yourself if you wish...

https://books.google.com/books?id=hyYjmG60DbYC&pg=PA6&lpg=PA6&dq=ragweed+sneeze&source=bl&ots=kimqtO9fmm&sig=JEcppk8RSibNV6UR5jlTATh5eCQ&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjZzMvuupDWAhUE0WMKHesXDIk4ChDoAQgwMAI#v=onepage&q=ragweed sneeze&f=false

If you click through the options to see other examples of "ragweed sneeze" in the book, you'll find a little song/poem related to allergies, which I suspect will appeal to a lot of us too.

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Cute librarian sneeze passage in The Midnight Library from Matt Haig:

‘Not always parallel. Some are more . . . perpendicular. So, do you want to live a life you could be living? Do you want to do something differently? Is there anything you wish to change? Did you do anything wrong?’
That was an easy one. ‘Yes. Absolutely everything.’
The answer seemed to tickle the librarian’s nose. Mrs Elm quickly rummaged for the paper tissue that was stuffed up the inside sleeve of her polo neck. She brought it quickly to her face and sneezed into it.
‘Bless you,’ said Nora, watching as the tissue disappeared from the librarian’s hands the moment she’d finished using it, through some strange and hygienic magic.
‘Don’t worry. Tissues are like lives. There are always more.’ Mrs Elm returned to her train of thought.

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8 hours ago, Oolia said:

Cute librarian sneeze passage in The Midnight Library from Matt Haig:

‘Not always parallel. Some are more . . . perpendicular. So, do you want to live a life you could be living? Do you want to do something differently? Is there anything you wish to change? Did you do anything wrong?’
That was an easy one. ‘Yes. Absolutely everything.’
The answer seemed to tickle the librarian’s nose. Mrs Elm quickly rummaged for the paper tissue that was stuffed up the inside sleeve of her polo neck. She brought it quickly to her face and sneezed into it.
‘Bless you,’ said Nora, watching as the tissue disappeared from the librarian’s hands the moment she’d finished using it, through some strange and hygienic magic.
‘Don’t worry. Tissues are like lives. There are always more.’ Mrs Elm returned to her train of thought.

Love this little scene!

Thanks for sharing it @Oolia

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The Invisible Library by Genevieve Cogman has the main male character Kai sneeze a few times in one scene - I can't remember the reason it was either dust or some supernatural cause (novel is fantasy)

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Robert Galbraith (J.K. Rowling)’s latest Cormoran Strike novel, Troubled Blood, has some characters catch the flu from each other, including Cormoran, who has to run some errands and keep working while sick. I read it awhile ago and just recently thought to add it to this thread, so I don’t remember all the details, or if there’s any actual sneezing. I haven’t seen that book listed here yet, but sorry if I missed it. 

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