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“Is your friend as pretty as you are? he asks. She’s a white girl, she answers. He tells her all white women look the same.”
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“Jesus has a pretty mellow, Jesus-like response, delivered in Cohen’s increasingly confident baritone.”
“Ira wonders for an insane moment if he is seeing art … but then remembers he is trapped in a whale and will die alone.”
“This is a hard thing to say, but it’s absolutely true—when I think of the men I’ve been with, every one of them stood between me and my writing.”
We recommend Tuesday or September or the End, Unspeakable Practices, Unnatural Acts, and The Book of Disquiet.
“Had he not grieved so deeply,
he never would have grown into the comedian he did”
“By 1978, our marriage was so open it no longer included me.”
“All my husband’s happiness lives in the past. And this, the afterlife?”