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Subject: At Swim, forever

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Date Posted: Tue, Sep 08 2009, 14:01:25 GMT

Jamie, "Two Boys" must be the most devastatingly beautiful novel I ever read.

The language is magical, every word reaching the heart directly as if no intervention of the mind was needed (which was particularly true for all the difficult words — what my mind couldn't grasp my heart understood immediately)

I hope MacEmm arranged for Jim to be buried next to Doyler, because, when I die, I too want to be buried there —
"What love, eh?"

"Two Boys" is not a book but an unconditional gift of love,
Thank You.

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