Theft by Finding: Diaries - 2002 Summary & Analysis

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In the early months of 2002, Sedaris expressed a gloomy attitude. He claimed that every day had begun to feel the same in part because every day looked the same: cold, cloudy and grey. Hugh and Sedaris have begun to feel stuck, and often Hugh threatened to sell the house in France and move back to New York. Later, when flying back to Raleigh, Sedaris was standing in the bathroom of the plane when he noticed how old he looked.

In June, Hugh and Sedaris have decided to move to London. Although it had originally been Sedaris’s plan to move, Hugh took over and worked with a mortgage broker so Sedaris conceded to allow Hugh to refer to the place as ‘his’ London apartment.

When Sedaris has a new Esquire article come out, Paul began to see it as a five-page advertisement for himself, as...

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