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“Books, musty-smelling books, on every subject imaginable, line two of the walls in red plastic milk cartons. They have a presence, a heavy one, and it’s that of their owner’s obsession. A sample: books on American literature, biographies (Anthony Perkins, Garth Drabinsky, among others), a few tomes on the MGM story, scholarly publications on French cinema, a book entitled Anatomy of Dirty Words.”–Sarah Hampson, THE GLOBE AND MAIL (She’s not the brightest flower in the garden). I love books. Always have. Always will. Love TV, too.

“Whatever you are criticized for make it your own.”–Jean Cocteau.

Who would have imagined loving to read and desiring to know as much as possible would be seen as a fault?

By everyone but Sarah Hampson it is called research.


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