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Notes: Chapter Forty-Eight · 1:47pm May 19th, 2016

“I think about my education sometimes. I went to the University of Chicago for awhile after the Second World War. I was a student in the Department of Anthropology. At that time they were teaching that there was absolutely no difference between anybody.
They may be teaching that still.
Another thing they taught was that no one was ridiculous or bad or disgusting. Shortly before my father died, he said to me, ‘You know - you never wrote a story with a villain in it.’
I told him that was one of the things I learnt in college after the war.”

- Kurt Vonnegut Jr. Slaughterhouse Five.

There’s always another secret.

- Brandon Sanderson, Mistborn.

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Your stories seem really interesting! As such, I have added them to my Read Later list.


Of course! I nosed around your profile a little after the notifications told me you'd added Lethe to a Read Later list—mostly to see if I could sniff out what brought it to your attention. Suffice to say, I was intrigued. A lot of what you describe there sounds like my kind of humour.

And thanks for the return Watch!

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1248575 So good. I particularly loved the narrator's little comments to the reader. It's a style of writing that works brilliantly for comedy, and I don't see it all that often around here.

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