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[Apr. 6th, 2006|09:16 pm]
Citing Literary Works

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This is by far, the most fascinating and interesting non-fiction book I have ever read. I haven't read too many non-fiction books though. It's a new genre for me lately.
[...]Sharing a room with a cadaver is only mildly different from being in a room alone. They are the same sort of company as people across from you on subways or in airport lounges, there but not there. Your eyes keep going back to them, for lack of anything more interesting to look at, and then you feel bad for staring.
        Mary Roach; Stiff: The Curious Lives Of Human Cadavers, pg. 98
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