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- The reader is thereby protected from a confrontation too soon with the painful details, while simultaneously provoked into a desire to know them.6 — Afterword (65% in)
- And since he was too diffident to confront homosexuality, and since little boys were insulting, scary, and stubborn, he further limited his interests to little girls.4 — Spring (79% in)
- But the subject required too much truth, too many confrontations, and offered too little support to a failing ego.4 — Spring (84% in)
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