First they punched him in the face and stomach. When he was a boy, his family had owned a vacation home out on Long Island. [...] he asked him how he broke his arm and leg. After he had touched a man's hand at a urinal in a bathroom in Grand Central Station, his psychiatrist at the time asked him what he thought of the male body.
THE LIBRARIAN Douglas Trevor Michigan Quarterly Review; Summer 2010; 49, 3; Docstoc pg. 349 Reprod
Pages to are hidden for
"THE LIBRARIAN"Please download to view full document