Every time that guy opens his mouth, He reduces the sum of human knowledge.
Well, at least there's this from the article:"She has this reputation for clear and elegant English but her writing was actually more interesting than that. She was a more experimental writer than we give her credit for. Her exchanges between characters don't separate out one speaker from another, but that can heighten the drama of a scene. "It was closer to the style of Virginia Woolf. She was very much ahead of her time."But I'm not sure it makes up for tomatas.
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