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…had become virgins again

Richard Brautigan

…had become virgins again

“The bookstore was a parking lot for used graveyards. Thousands of graveyards were parked in rows like cars. Most of the books were out of print, and no one wanted to read them any more and the people who had read the books had died or forgotten about them, but through the organic process of music the books had become virgins again.”
Richard Brautigan, Trout Fishing in America

David Isaacson
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