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A Sense of Where You Are by John McPhee
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Mar 11, 08

Read in January, 1966

I can still recall specific mental images conjured by McPhee's storytelling in this book. It opened the world of non-fiction to me.

Though I grew up in a New Yorker house, as a kid I used it only to find Chas. Addams and other cartoons; until I read this book and my dad told me that McPhee was a New Yorker writer. That began a lifelong affair with the magazine, and with this brilliant writer.

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