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David Sedaris On The Life-Altering And Mundane Pages Of His Old Diaries

Sedaris' Theft by Finding is a collection of excerpts from those diaries. In it, he revisits major turning points, like how he met his longtime boyfriend and his decision to stop drinking.

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David Sedaris On The Life-Altering And Mundane Pages Of His Old Diaries

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