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melindaville

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Nov 14, 2011
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#23
Hello, this is my first post to SK forum, first ever anywhere actually.
Im reading his “On Writing” Book and just completed the Dick and Jane excercise he talks about in section 5 ending on page 173. He ask us to let him know how it went by sending email to I was unable to find a direct email address to forward my work to. Did you do the excercise and if so where did you send it? Thanks for you help.
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Sal Bear

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#25
I didn't cry when she died. But I cried at the end of the book when Jake reunited with the 80-something year old Sadie and his love for her was just as strong in spite of her age and changed appearance. To him she was still the beautiful woman he loved. I felt so sad for him that he couldn't grow old with her.
 

Paddy C

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Sep 18, 2017
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#26
I didn't cry when she died. But I cried at the end of the book when Jake reunited with the 80-something year old Sadie and his love for her was just as strong in spite of her age and changed appearance. To him she was still the beautiful woman he loved. I felt so sad for him that he couldn't grow old with her.
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Neesy

#1 fan (Annie Wilkes cousin) 1st cousin Mom's side
May 24, 2012
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#28
I didn't cry when she died. But I cried at the end of the book when Jake reunited with the 80-something year old Sadie and his love for her was just as strong in spite of her age and changed appearance. To him she was still the beautiful woman he loved. I felt so sad for him that he couldn't grow old with her.
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Spideyman

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#29
I didn't cry when she died. But I cried at the end of the book when Jake reunited with the 80-something year old Sadie and his love for her was just as strong in spite of her age and changed appearance. To him she was still the beautiful woman he loved. I felt so sad for him that he couldn't grow old with her.
 
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