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Kiss Me Like a Stranger by Gene Wilder
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Feb 03, 09

I'm hung way up on Gene Wilder. He's not a terrible writer, either. He sounds like you would expect him to sound, and I liked his story. I had read the autobiography of his late wife, Gilda Radner, as well, which focused on her battle with ovarian cancer, and I liked that their accounts of their marriage were quite similar. He seems like an honest, quirky, imperfect, sincere man. I'm even more hung up on him now.

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