The Rights of the Reader

a book that is highly 
recommended by Joan, 

"We didn’t confess, 
we weren’t looking for a piece of eternity, but 
it was a moment of communion between us, 
of textual absolution, a return to the only 
paradise that matters: intimacy. 
Without realizing it, we were discovering 
one of the crucial functions of storytelling 
and, more broadly speaking, of art in general, 
which is to offer a respite from human struggle.

Love wore a new skin.

And it was free."

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