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“And damn’d be him that first cries, “Hold, enough!”‘ The I am damned, Carolyn.  But we both knew that.  Goodbye. Adam Advertisements

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If only you would read Professor Chalmer’s book on chess, Carolyn, you would understand exactly what’s expected of you.  Or what to expect.  Your problem, aside from the abandonment issues and inevitable Elektra complex, is that you have no concept of what you can accomplish, and this stems from a key lack of self-knowledge. The […]

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I can give reasons why Carolyn should love me, and there are many. When she’s here, I can tell she loves me. When she goes away, I feel afraid. This goodness should feel the same all the time.  Why does it not?   I want a last name.  

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Excerpt. Adam Lang: Through the Door and Back Again The second day, in my memory, did not go well in the root cellar.  At that point, Carolyn had no way of knowing, and I had no way of telling her, that I only wanted to provide two things: safety and happiness.  Those were the two […]

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