Denouement. Define. Use in a sentence.

I remember the tiny “Copeland Bookstore” tucked on a side street in downtown Ft. Worth. Decades ago before Barnes and Noble chewables…….there were these cool little walk-by-fast-and-you’ll-never-see’em bookshops. Once inside, you were absorbed into the magic of looking through the dusty shelves…and more fun were the stacks upon stacks of books on the floors, on the tables…just everywhere.

For five dollars, I bought very old — from 1890, in fact — dictionary. It was stellar. To see what the common verbiage was then — and to note what we managed to keep and still use from that time. The…

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"We turn on each other for what we are not. I fear that more than the empty room." -J

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"We turn on each other for what we are not. I fear that more than the empty room." -J

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