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Alexander McCall Smith

“The language of Cat's generation was far harder than that of her own, and more pithily correct: in their terms, he was a hunk. But why, she wondered, should anybody actually want a hunk, when non-hunks were so much more interesting?”

Alexander McCall Smith, The Sunday Philosophy Club
tags: men
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