By Alberto Manguel
The Art Of Losing Isn’t Hard To Master
The following essay is excerpted from Alberto Manguel’s “Packing My Library,” reprinted by permission of Yale University Press. Maybe loss is an inherited trait. My maternal grandmother had a gift for losing things. She had emigrated as a teenager from the outskirts of Ekaterinburg to one of Baron Hirsch’s colonies in the Argentinean Mesopotamia, and…
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