By the time I was nineteen I was in a spin: hyperactive with selfconsciousness, excitement, sadness and suddenly assumed–and ill-fitting–maturity. Within the passage of twelve months I’d left school, won a much-desired newspaper job, got my Catholic girlfriend pregnant, faced fierce parental o…
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