Book Xylophone

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The book xylophone needs no explanation. But if you’re curious and can read Japanese, you should go here. For those who are curious and can’t read Japanese, let Google Translate help: “Xylophone instrument called the sound is not it come out like a book when I was also xylophone After processing. Is made from wood?”

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— Benjamin Samuel is the Online Editor of Electric Literature, and, like the internet, he is full of nonsense. You can find him at here.

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