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Judith Rascoe

  • Remember, when the writers refer to themselves as 'we' and to the reader as 'you,' this is two against one.

    • Judith Rascoe,
    • in The New York Times Book Review ()
  • Loneliness sifted between us, like falling snow.

    • Judith Rascoe

Judith Rascoe, U.S. writer, screenwriter

(1941)