Maurice Legg
A Rummagee

I looked at a blank paper for a while wondering how one starts an autobiography. In search of inspiration, I read Proust’s first sentence of A la Recherché  “For a long time I used to go to bed early”  Reading that didn’t take a second (nor did it help) so I tried a second autobiography Camus’s L’Etranger “Mother died today. Or was it yesterday; I can’t be sure”. That didn’t help either so, in desperation, I tried my other book.  “I was sitting at my desk fondling my .38 and wondering about my next case when in walked the broad from next door” Not much to inspire me there so I decided to concentrate on my own experiences rather than on cribbing from the great writers. 


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