Theft by Finding: Diaries - 1998 Summary & Analysis

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One day in January, Sedaris spent the day listening to a lot of talk radio. The President was caught up in a sex scandal, and one station was offering a prize to whoever could give the scandal the best name.

In February, Hugh became obsessed with the Winter Olympics to the point where Sedaris had to sit him down to explain that he did not care about ice-skating. He writes, “I do not care about Michelle Kwan or Tara Lipinski and would be happy if I never hear the words triple lutz or double axel again. I told him that on Friday and walked into the kitchen an hour later to find him in tears. “It’s heartbreaking,” he said, watching his beloved skaters” (346).

One day in March, Sedaris called his drug-delivery service and they sent a young white man named Luke. Sedaris describes Luke...

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