Things between us were dissolving like an ice cub in a glass: the smaller it got, the faster it disappeared.
Perhaps we had at last reached that stage of intimacy that destroys intimacy.
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|Birth:||13th January, 1957|
Lorrie Moore is an American fiction writer known mainly for her humorous and poignant short stories. She attended St. Lawrence University. At 19, she won Seventeen magazine's fiction contest. After graduating from St. Lawrence, she moved to Manhattan and worked as a paralegal for two years.
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