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Can't We Talk about Something More Pleasant? by Roz Chast
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The Lamb Who Went to Paris by Julie Thayer
The Lamb Who Went to Paris
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Dept. of Speculation by Jenny Offill
Dept. of Speculation
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Bastard Out of Carolina by Dorothy Allison
Bastard Out of Carolina
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The Goldfinch by Donna Tartt
The Goldfinch
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Light Years
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Vanessa and Her Sister by Priya Parmar
Vanessa and Her Sister
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Andrew's Brain by E.L. Doctorow
Andrew's Brain
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Women in Clothes by Sheila Heti
Women in Clothes
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The Emerald Light in the Air by Donald Antrim
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Jean Cocteau
“It is excruciating to be an unbeliever with a spirit that is deeply religious.”
Jean Cocteau

Virginia Woolf
“and even a tea party means apprehension, breakage”
Virginia Woolf, The Diary of Virginia Woolf, Vol. 1: 1915-1919
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Samuel Beckett
“I pause to record that I feel in extraordinary form. Delirium perhaps.”
Samuel Beckett, Malone Dies

Ernest Hemingway
“So far, about morals, I know only that what is moral is what you feel good after and what is immoral is what you feel bad after.”
Ernest Hemingway, Death in the Afternoon

Samuel Beckett
“She felt, as she felt so often with Murphy, spattered with words that went dead as soon as they sounded; each word obliterated, before it had time to make sense, by the word that came next; so that in the end she did not know what had been said. It was like difficult music heard for the first time.”
Samuel Beckett, Murphy

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