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The Life-Changing Magic Of Losing All Your Stuff In A Fire

“Imagine what it would be like to have a bookshelf filled only with books that you really love.” Living with someone else’s book collection, as I do now, is somewhat akin to losing your dog, then moving in with someone who has one. My boyfriend’s books inhabit every room of this apartment, slouching, dormant, comfortable. It’s been a year and I still don’t really know any of them.
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