Dear Old Dad

Paul Theroux

My father—whom I loved, and who loved me—never read a word I wrote or, if he did, never mentioned the fact. It was like an embarrassing secret we shared, of a creepy proclivity I had, something that we couldn’t discuss without awkwardness. And what was odd was that from 1967 until his death in…


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