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My Dad’s Wallet by Raymond Carver

MY DAD’S WALLET by Raymond Carver Long before he thought of his own death, my dad said he wanted to lie close to his parents. He missed them so after they went away. He said this enough that my mother … Continue reading

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Money by Raymond Carver

MONEY by Raymond Carver In order to be able to live on the right side of the law. To always use his own name and phone number. To go bail for a friend and not give a damn if the … Continue reading

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