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The Disappearance Of Eleanor Rigby: Them

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The story is told through the third person’ eyes. He tells a story about Connor Ludlow and Eleanor Rigby - a married couple live in New York. Connor works for a restaurant and his wife - Eleanor - comes back to college. The life is peaceful untill oneday, there is a big upheaval that makes their relationship cracks.  
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