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Quote of the Day

“He was always thinking behind his own back."

-- Alison Rose, writing about her New Yorker colleague George W.S. Trow, in her memoir, Better Than Sane, as recounted in Ariel Levy's obit of Trow in New York magazine, Oct. 4, 2007.

Appropos of nothing: Without having known of the existence of this writer, I once wrote a novella about a young man obsessed with a girl named Allison Rose Landon.


Posted at 04:25 PM on Mon. Aug 05, 2013 in category Quote of the Day  
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