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TALES OF AN ORANGEPEELER

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07.04.03, friday afternoon

“A house in a novel is like a dollhouse. When things are going well, you play there with your characters. When they're going badly, one trick is to describe a room, the color of its wallpaper, the smell of its woodwork, the sound of plumbing upstairs. Soon, you are transported into the room, and your characters meet you there to play.”--Marcelle Clements, “A Novelist’s Mental Architecture”, New York Times, July 4, 2003




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