Timequake - Chapters 56-63 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 56-63 Summary

The author explains in Chapter 56 that he still writes on a typewriter and does not own a computer. He needs to mail some pages to his long-term typist and walks down to a stationary store to buy an envelope. He enjoys getting out into the world the way everyone used to, before computers made staying indoors most of the time possible. In Chapter 57, the author takes his pages and envelope to a Postal Convenience Station. He confesses a deep love for the female postal clerk there, although she knows nothing about it. In Chapter 58, the author writes about teaching creative writing. His take is that nothing new can be written, so why bother? To answer his own question, he promotes this idea that "'I feel and think much as you do, care about many of the things you care about, although...

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