Every golden age is as much a matter of disregard as of felicity.
("The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay")
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I completely lost interest in comics. I sold my collection. I didn't go back to them for fifteen years - until after Wonder Boys.
With patience and calm, persistence and stoicism, good handwriting and careful labeling, they would meet persecution, indignity, and hardship head-on.
I was surprised that my wife thought it was a good idea, then again with my agent, another woman, then my editor, another woman - in spite of the fact that all three of them reacted positively I still have this fear.
As any two people who have ever dressed in matching pajamas will attest, it was surprisingly effective.
She had long since lost the sense of her dresses and skirts and blouses; they were rote phrases of rayon and cotton that she daily intoned.
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