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Kristen Lepionka - Columbus, Ohio (USA):
April 12, 2001:
This book taught me to fold a dollar bill into a bow
This book is the story of my life.
Here is the book that I read unwillingly in the tenth grade.
Here is my name written in blue ink on the back cover.
Here is my drawing of a moustache on the picture of Madame
DeFarge with her sinister knitting.
This book went through the washing machine, along with my library card,
which cracked in half and when I went to get a new
card, the man at the circulation desk looked at it and said,
"You've been breaking into houses with this again, haven't you?" People say
this to me all the time.
I hated this book. It made me feel stupid when I read
I recommended this book to a friend, who upon reading it, probably
lost most of his respect for me.
I recommended this book to another friend. He said it was disturbing.
He said I was insane. He said his father wanted to congratulate
me for my good taste. It turns out that I have
always liked his father better than this friend anyway.
"What are you doing here?" I said to this book.