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She knows Mitch better than anybody. It’s interesting: she’s the busiest woman in New York, but for some reason she still has time to keep in touch with him—by modem. I never could figure out that friendship. She’s totally sane; Mitch is light-years beyond eccentric. Anyway, she told Richie that Mitch has become a recluse. He keeps the blinds drawn and doesn’t leave his apartment for months at a time. ” I rarely failed anyone in English, but I would have loved to be able to flunk Gevinski for that sentence.
They were the molded kind, AFTER ALL THESE YEARS / 25 where each individual toe is given special treatment. “Sorry. A. ” He glanced at his watch. “Did Mr. ” He didn’t seem to expect any revelations; his notepad was back in his pocket. ” “We didn’t talk much anymore. ” Gevinski’s eyebrows began as two minuscule tufts of hair on either side of the bridge of his nose and ended as long lines that shot upward; they looked like blond check marks. He lifted them a fraction of an inch. ” Gevinski, I decided, was not fascinated by the subtleties of human relations.
We didn’t talk much anymore. ” Gevinski’s eyebrows began as two minuscule tufts of hair on either side of the bridge of his nose and ended as long lines that shot upward; they looked like blond check marks. He lifted them a fraction of an inch. ” Gevinski, I decided, was not fascinated by the subtleties of human relations. With Richie lying en brochette just across the hall, and with my having touched the knife, I realized I ought to amend my answer. “He was angry, but it was normal predivorce hostility.