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Rebecca Hazelwood is a writer, PhD student, and college instructor. In past lives, she was a photojournalist, an English Assistant in a French middle school, and a marketing specialist at a literary nonprofit. Now, she drinks drive-thru daiquiris and avoids terrible drivers in Louisiana. She also runs a poetry blog with a friend, Structure and Style.


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Rebecca is on page 405 of 810 of Middlemarch: There don't seem to be any villains, as in Dickens or Thackeray, no people to either despise or like because they're so cunning, you can't help yourself. However, I still care deeply about these characters and yet have such a hard time sympathizing with Mr. Causabon. He's just such a hard-hearted man who wraps himself in religion and work.
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“I'm always happy," Sasha said. "Sometimes I just forget.”
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“We stand there, quiet. My questions all seem wrong: How did you get so old? Was it all at once, in a day, or did you peter out bit by bit? When did you stop having parties? Did everyone else get old too, or was it just you? Are other people still here, hiding in the palm trees or holding their breath underwater? When did you last swim your laps? Do your bones hurt? Did you know this was coming and hide that you knew, or did it ambush you from behind?”
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“It was the hat. He looked sweet in the hat. How could a man in a fuzzy blue hat have used human bones to pave his roads?”
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Cheryl Strayed
“What if I forgave myself? I thought. What if I forgave myself even though I'd done something I shouldn't have? What if I was a liar and a cheat and there was no excuse for what I'd done other than because it was what I wanted and needed to do? What if I was sorry, but if I could go back in time I wouldn't do anything differently than I had done? What if I'd actually wanted to fuck every one of those men? What if heroin taught me something? What if yes was the right answer instead of no? What if what made me do all those things everyone thought I shouldn't have done was what also had got me here? What if I was never redeemed? What if I already was?”
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“In the dresser mirror, my face looks the same, but I feel something happening around me, some change as palpable as weather. Stuck in the mirror are mementos from my childhood—red and yellow ribbons for various underachievements, a brown corsage from grad school graduation, a curling and faded picture of me petting a deer in Wisconsin—which is now over. I wandered through it and came out the other side.

It’s a stark feeling. Like getting to the last page of a book and seeing ‘The End.’ Even if you didn’t like the story that much, or your childhood, you read it, you lived it. And now it’s over, book closed, that long-ago deer you petted in the Dells as dead as the one in The Yearling.”
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