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21 Amazing Last Lines From Literature

Posted at 11:54AM Sunday 09 Feb 2014

A book's final sentence is the ribbon on a packaged plot, tied neatly and prettily before an author hands her story over to her readers' imaginations for good. It's a last chance for a good first impression.

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