What to do if the dog starts eating something he shouldn’t? What if I can’t come to him when he comes back?
I’ve met someone who went through two or three of these scenarios—and then they said, ‘I’m going to try to learn how to make all this sound better.’ But do I need to learn to make the loud sound? Are we all in a special class together right now?
For one thing, you’d have to learn to make that loud sound when you walk a dog—to be able to hear it—and then you have to learn to make the small and quiet sounds when he’s asleep. You have to learn to make quiet sounds when you say good morning, but then the alarm goes off and there’s a lot of loud sounds. You can’t do everything at once.
The reason I don’t like those noisy alarm clocks is that they’re very, very loud. They’re too high and too loud to do anything useful until you’ve tried a bunch of other things, because then they’re still too loud once you start putting it in your pocket or hanging on your wall and using it at work.
I’ve been reading John Updike’s novel The Pianist with a lot of curiosity, and I’m now starting to feel a little more ready for it to actually happen. I know that when I finished it, I was very happy, but even now when I’m reading it, I’m often thinking, “Was that really the best thing I ever read?” It’s always interesting to me to talk to people about how they remember what they read, and how to think about how those works came to define their lives.
I feel the same way about his story, the one told in this post. I first saw a short excerpt, after reading on a list. I didn’t find it very exciting, and I thought it was a bit too long. But I’ve finished it already, and I’ve enjoyed it a lot. The story is about two young artists from different backgrounds, two very different kinds of people, who become close friends, and become, gradually, each other’s best friends. It’s not just an abstract description of friendship. There are specific moments, as well, in this story that I’d like to share with you.
What I want to know from you, fellow readers, is what you can add to the Pianist’s story that wasn’t included in the excerpt I shared, or that wasn
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