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I will find you, and will apprehend your copy of On Being Blue.
William Gass is a beautiful person and a consistently, incessantly beautiful writer! I'm not a big Gertrude Stein fan, I like the idea of Stein but Stein herself, except maybe Tender Buttons, doesn't do it for me, but Gass on Stein in a thinking pleasure.

On Being Blue is my favorite of all his works. It was given to me as a gift by a dear lost lover who once said in her inscription of a another book to me something that I couldn't fully appreciate at the time: "taste - no small thing."

You've got great taste. Cheers!
of course there is always Borges which I am sure you have a familiarity. I also recently purchased [The Bride From Odessa] by [Edgardo Cozarinsky] an Argentine writer/filmmaker living in Paris, this ia a short-story collection, i have yet to read.

stay in touch.
picked up on you through the South American Fiction Group- I got a kick out of your ratings...i've been spending some of my time in Buenos Aires getting a taste of the ex-pat experience. good luck on your return home
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