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Ariel Dorfman 'Dreams' Of His Lost Library

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Nine years after he fled his native Chile, Ariel Dorfman learned many of his prized possessions had been destroyed. His considerable library was caught in floodwaters and half his books were lost.

In Feeding on Dreams: Confessions of an Unrepentant Exile, he writes about leaving behind things you love.

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