A Writing "Geographical"

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by Shirley DrewRecently I read the novel Duma Key, by Stephen King. It’s a story about a contractor, Edgar Freemantle, who has a horrible accident when his pickup truck tangles with a crane (a no-win scenario for the truck) and he loses his right arm, part of his memory—mostly for words and phrases, and then his wife, who divorces him after 25 years of marriage. On the advice of his therapist, he decides to try a “geographical.” This means he goes to live somewhere new, far away from his home in St. . . .

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