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Cormac McCarthy

“In that long ago somewhere very near this place he'd watched a falcon fall down the long blue wall of the mountain and break with the keel of its breastbone the midmost from a flight of cranes and take it to the river below all gangly and wrecked and trailing its loose and blowsy plumage in the still autumn air.”


Cormac McCarthy, The Road
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The Road The Road by Cormac McCarthy
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