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January 29, 2012


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I'm glad to have read this, because a certain opaqueness is something I find fascinating and enjoyable. I lovelovelove seeing a contradiction between outward demeanor and inner nature. The less deliberate or self-conscious it seems, the more I'm drawn to it (see: The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo).

Interestingly enough, it's this quality that allows me to truly identify with a character, as I see and struggle with this duality in myself. Not to mention, my imagination appreciates the exercise of filling in the gaps. Most of the time, the subtext I create is often more interesting than the text that people give me.

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