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Marked for life

“The writers we absorb when we’re young bind us to them, sometimes lightly, sometimes with iron.  In time, the bonds fall away, but if you look very closely you can sometimes make out the pale white groove of a faded scar, or the telltale chalky red of old rust.” – Daniel Mendelsohn, “The American Boy”

Published inLit & Crit

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