Man-to-Man With Junot Díaz

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  1. MetalRabbit13 says:

    If one of the lessons of life is to gain wisdom, I’d say that Junot Diaz is well on his way. I read “The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao”. It’s quite the coming-of-age story. I want to read it again because it’s one of those books that’s so rich, that you can keep going back and getting more out of it.

  2. wet_suit_one says:

    One of these days, I’ve got to have a drink with Mr. Diaz. Reading about Oscar, I was convinced that he was someone I needed to to talk to.

    You wouldn’t mind shooting me his e-mail would ya? One day, when I’m in his neighbourhood, we gotta go for beers.

  3. Wow, that was great. Insightful.

  4. To me this shows a man who is authentic and true to his sensitivity and vulnerability. This is the kind of strength i hope to cultivate as i grow older.

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