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angst
used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

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Definition
a strong, unspecific feeling of anxiety — usually due to philosophical/psychological outlook
  • Upstairs, the bedrooms were the same, Paul's room a shrine to adolescent angst, with posters of obscure quartets taped to the wall, ticket stubs pinned to the bulletin board, the walls painted a hideous dark blue, like a cave.
    p. 321.7

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