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The Trouble With Writing In Second Person

Posted at 9:01AM Thursday 17 Jul 2014

You've sworn never to write a piece in Second Person.

You ask yourself why. Lorrie Moore and Jay McInerney did it well. Eudora Welty has that great story, right? Someone once told you there was a whole French novel written in Second Person.

You remember you don't read French.

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