‘Paraguay being for some reason the bane of my existence’

His queer friends at D           College and the Warren Street Journal were so frank and headlong in their confidences that they foreclosed actual closeness, and his responses to straight men had long fallen into one of two categories: fear and resentment of the successes, flight from the contagion of the failures.

— Jonathan Franzen, The Corrections

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