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Cathedral by Raymond Carver
"I just now finished the story "A Small, Good Thing," and I want to share something. Raymond Carver is amazing. His writing translates human behavior and ordinary experiences into something warm, comforting and profound. His perspective on human be..." Read more of this review »
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I stumbled across this book while on vacation, and read it in a gulp. You'd think it would be a bit stale, since it was written more than a decade ago about then-current events. But turned out to be a fascinating record of how certain unethical playe ...more
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“Sin in the theater, I can observe now, is comparable to education in a university: it is there for those who wish to take advantage of it, but fewer do than you might suspect.”
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“They say that even of a good thing you can have too much. But I doubt it. True, such good things as sunbathing, beer, and tobacco may be intemperately pursued to the detriment of their devotees; yet, to my mind, one cannot have too much of a good murder.”
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“Through the years, I have learned there is no harm in charging oneself up with delusions between moments of valid inspiration.”
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“Now I recall my emotions at that moment, children seem to me a remarkable race. They want so much to murder so many people, and they so rarely murder anybody at all.”
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