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Tom tries to write papers these days too. He’s been working on one about Albrecht Durer for a few years now, but it seems from my perspective to be a kind of circular activity, a polite way of saying he is repeating himself, not really moving forward.

 

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We were never equals. Her needs always dominated.

 

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