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  • n  a disposition toward being alone

  • Maybe Americans tend to be generous because they recognize lonesomeness in everybody, and through that lonesomeness they've learned that folks are pretty much worth the same, that .
  • Their magic is too much born of the lonesomeness and the longing of a witty and sophisticated adult to return again to the gentle irresponsibilities of childhood and to view .
  • But greater than her revulsion and fear is the larger fear of the lonesomeness that awaits her when he leaves.

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