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I am a law student in my first year at the law, and there are many moments when I am simply a mess.
On the streets, unrequited love and death go together almost as often as in Shakespeare.
As a defense lawyer, he refused to condemn his clients. Everyone else in the system-the cops, the prosecutors, the juries and judges-would take care of that; they didn't need his help.
After a week, it's better. I miss her. I mourn her. But some peace has returned. She had been so unattainable - so young, so much a citizen of a different era - that it is hard to feel fully deprived.
Life is simply experience; for reasons not readily discerned, we attempt to go on.
What kills a person at twenty-five? Leukemia. An accident. But George knows the better odds are that someone who passes at that age dies of unhappiness. Drug overdose. Suicide. Reckless behavior.
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Everyone is born with genius, but most people only keep it a few minutes.
April 12, 1949
Scott Frederick Turow is an American author and lawyer. Turow has written nine fiction and two nonfiction books, which have been translated into more than 40 languages and sold more than 30 million copies.
Presumed Innocent (1987)
Personal Injuries (1999)
The Burden of Proof (1990)
One L (1977)
Reversible Errors (2002)
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