Table of Contents | 6 September 2004
"Basically, there are only two themes in the noble art of fiction writing: love and death. Everything else is one of their many derivatives."
The starry audience / waits with baited breath / for the conclusion / of the docudrama
In the summer of 1945, Dr. Gordon was gone for the first two weeks in July. Dewey Kerrigan noticed that a lot of the usual faces were missing from the dining hall at the Los Alamos lodge, and everyone seemed tense, even more tense than usual.
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